Aegean earthquake丨Turkey 24 people dies and 804 injured
According to information released by the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Agency (AFAD), at 14:51 on October 30, local time, a 6.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea near Izmir, a city in western Turkey, with a focal depth of 16.54 kilometers.
Izmir, Turkey, felt a strong earthquake, many houses were damaged or collapsed, and related rescue work has been launched.
According to the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Agency, as of now, a total of 24 people have been killed in the earthquake and 804 people have been injured in Turkey .
At present, rescuers have completed search and rescue work for 8 houses, and search and rescue work for another 9 houses is still continuing. After the 6.6 magnitude earthquake, there were more than 300 aftershocks, with the highest magnitude of 5.1 aftershocks.