Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Agency released the latest data on November 3, local time. Since the Aegean earthquake with a magnitude of 6.6 on October 30, the number of people killed in Turkey has risen to 100, and another 994 people were injured, of which 147 are still in the hospital. receive treatment.
Turkey’s Minister of Health, Koja, stated that 12 of the people receiving treatment are in intensive care and 5 others are in critical condition.
The earthquake in Izmir, Turkey, was seriously affected. In the past few days, search and rescue teams have searched and rescued 17 severely damaged buildings.
So far, hundreds of people have been rescued. The 72-hour golden rescue time has passed, and the search and rescue operations are still racing against time.
At present, there are still 5 buildings to be further cleaned and rescued. Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey with a population of about 4.37 million.
After the earthquake occurred on October 30, aftershocks continued, and many victims have taken refuge in temporary settlements such as tents for the past few days.
The local government provided the necessities of life, but the weather is getting colder and colder.
As time goes by, the trapped people in the rubble waiting for rescue and the victims who are sheltering outside aftershocks will be under more physical and psychological pressure.