The death toll in Turkey continues to rise


    The price from a recent seven-magnitude earthquake in western Turkey has risen. Meanwhile, 51 deaths are confirmed. a minimum of 698 people were injured, consistent with Al Jazeera.

    Rescue work is underway in eight buildings that collapsed within the city of Izmi on Sunday. Meanwhile, a 60-year-old citizen named Ahmed Sitim was rescued from the rubble.

    Turkish Health Minister Fahretin Koka said on Twitter that he was still hopeful of rescuing survivors from the rubble. An Al Jazeera reporter from the town of Izmi said firefighters were trying to urge signals from survivors from the rubble. a number of them were rescued. However, as time goes on, the probabilities of survival are decreasing.

    More than 200 of the injured are being treated in hospitals, Turkish emergency services told AFP.

    Many families live under tents within the worst-hit Turkish city of Bairakli. About 6,000 rescue workers are working day and night since Friday. Turkey says quite 600 small earthquakes are felt since the quake. There are 40 earthquakes of quite four magnitudes.


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