14 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Turkish emergency services have rescued a man at dawn this Monday about 183 hours after being buried under the rubble of a destroyed building in the city of Antioquia, all after the earthquakes registered last week in the south of the country, near the border with Syria.
After an intense effort by Turkish search teams in the city of Antioquia, Barber, has been rescued from the ruins of a building located in the Cebrail district after being trapped for 183 hours, and then transferred to a hospital for medical attention. , as reported by the Turkish state news agency, Anatolia.
A week after the earthquakes, emergency services continue to search for living people to rescue, a task that becomes more difficult with each passing hour, since the standard time that a human being can go without the intake of water or food in disasters like this is 72 hours.
The balance of deaths due to the earthquakes registered last week on the Turkish-Syrian border has risen to more than 36,200, according to the latest official balances, which place the number of deaths in Turkish territory at more than 31,600 and the death toll at 4,300. In Syria.