The Aegean earthquake killed 113 people in Turkey, and 137 people were not discharged from hospitals
November 4th According to Turkey’s Anadolu News Agency, on the 4th local time, the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Department issued a news that the death toll caused by the strong Aegean earthquake in Turkey has risen to 113, and another 137 wounded are still receiving treatment in the hospital.
The Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Department stated that as many as 137 wounded are still receiving treatment in the hospital, and another 898 have been discharged.
According to the department, since the Turkish Izmir province was struck by a strong earthquake on October 30, 1,621 aftershocks have been recorded, of which 44 were of magnitude 4 or higher.
On the afternoon of October 30, local time, a strong earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea. Izmir in Turkey and Samos Island in Greece were severely affected, and a large number of buildings were damaged. The strong earthquake also triggered a small tsunami for a while, and the streets of Vati, the main port town of Samos, were flooded by sea.