The Sunday Review

Three more, which includes two minors have also been extremely kind, were involved. pulled alive from The rubble The result is devastating earthquake, 10 days After it hit parts of Turkey, Syria.

A 17-year-old Aleyna Ölmez was dubbed the “miracle girl” She was pulled alive from The rubble in Turkey was reopened on Thursday morning, 24 hours after the earthquake that struck February 6. days from The disaster.

It was her rescue. later Following was Neslihan Klic, 30 and Osman (12 years old), who both told rescuers there were many more bodies nearby.

According to officials, at least 43,885 people died in Turkey and Syria after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Authorities are trying to recover the bodies. survivors The quake-stricken areas were hit hard by cold winter weather, and authorities are now faced with logistical problems in transporting humanitarian aid to northwestern Syria. This is amidst a serious humanitarian crisis that was compounded by decades of political turmoil.

In the midst of recriminations in Turkey: At least 54 persons have been detained for the extent of the damage. in The country in Connect with damaged buildings from The earthquake, according to Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ on Thursday.

Earlier Thursday, the UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced an appeal for $1 billion in Assistance towards earthquake Relief efforts in Turkey in three months. It was two days The UN has launched an urgent appeal to raise $397 Million. in earthquake Also, aid to Syria covers three months. As humanitarian agencies stress the necessity for mental and psychological healthcare services, they also provide assistance for Syria. in These are the regions that were affected.

Turkey’s state news channel TRT Haber crew visited teenager Aleyna Ölmez in After the rescue operation she returned to hospital, and she spoke with her doctor and other family members. Talking from her hospital bed, TRT Haber cameras showed Aleyna’s eyes open, her body covered up to her neck, and tubes inserted for oxygen supplements.

Alyena was taken directly to Kahramanmaraş Sutcu Imam University Faculty of Medicine after the rescue operation on Thursday.

A video showed Aleyna’s aunt and grandmother next to her bedside, touching her face and kissing her hands. Aleyna laughed when a TRT Haber correspondent approached her with a microphone and asked how she was feeling.

Rescue team miners gather after Aleyna Olmez, dubbed the

Aleyna’s doctor Prof. Dilber said he was very surprised by Aleyna’s good health condition and told TRT Haber: “She couldn’t eat anything and drank nothing the whole time (when she was under the rubble), but she was still in a good condition.”

Dr. Dilber also said “since she couldn’t move under the rubble at all, we could say that her inactivity has protected Aleyna a little and she needed energy and she has endured during this time, but I guess we can’t explain it that way.”

Aleyna, upon her arrival at the hospital was awake and speaking to doctors. “We have made the necessary interventions. Body imaging was done, and blood tests were taken. She was in a very good condition,” Dr. Dilber told TRT Haber.

“There was no hypothermia. Blood tests also showed very good kidney functions. Muscle enzymes weren’t too high. Fluid therapy started immediately. After the fluid therapy, Aleyna still spoke to us very well,” He concluded.

Hacer Atlas, a member of the search and rescue team who saved the young quake victim told Turkey’s state-run news agency Anadolu that they were able to reach Aleyna after long and tiring efforts.

“First we held her hand, then we took her out. She is in very good condition, and she can communicate. I hope we will continue to receive good news about her,” Atlas described the moment they discovered Aleyna.

TRT Haber reported later Aleyna arrived in Ankara from Turkey by plane.

Kilic, the 30-year old woman who was found 258 hours following the earthquake on Thursday was also found in According to her brother, Kahramanmaras used to reside on the seventh floor at the Ebrar apartment building with her Gazi Yildirim.

Yildirim told The Sunday Review Turk that her husband and two children – two and five years old – were still under the rubble.

The violence and brutality of the earthquake After a long wait for rescue, Kilic was finally able to speak and tell rescuers her identity. pulled She was kicked out rubbleHe replied,

Yildirim started crying when he told the The Sunday Review Turk reporter that they had already prepared Kilic’s grave.

“May Allah save others. She has two children and a husband who is still under the rubble,” Yildirim said.

Hectares laterOsman, a twelve-year-old boy from Osman, was also saved in Province of southern Hatay

The Sunday Review Turk reports that Osman appeared also to have been in It is in good condition and has been found in A sitting position in A hole is surrounded with beams. rubble. For a medical exam, he was admitted to the hospital.

Osman informed the rescue crew that another person was there in It was the same spot. After Osman’s rescue, police searched the same area using guide dogs and intensified their search for another person.

These three are part of a smaller group of quakes. survivors They have defied the predictions of survival that had been made earlier in this week. One Tuesday night, a woman aged 77 was found. pulled alive from The rubble in Adiyaman was reopened approximately 212 hours following the event. earthquake struck, Anadolu reported.