Sunday, March 26th, 2023

Shifting of people to safe places, Turkish Airlines increased flights

Turkey Earthquake Updates: A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken Turkey. Two consecutive earthquake tremors were felt here. The first tremor was felt on February 6 at 4:17 am local time, and a few minutes later, the second tremor was felt in central Turkey. So far around 750 people have died. Relief rescue work is going on continuously. At the same time, people are being shifted from the affected places to safer places. For this, Turkish Airlines has increased the number of flights by including additional flights.

The US Geological Survey said the epicenter was about 33 kilometers (20 mi) from Gaziantep and about 26 kilometers (16 mi) from the city of Nurdagi. According to the US Geological Survey, it was centered at a depth of 18 kilometers (11 mi). Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has also swung into action after the devastating earthquake. He took stock of the situation by talking to the governors of the eight affected provinces over phone.

Big updates so far

    • The death toll is increasing continuously in Turkey. So far, according to the officials here, 520 people have died here. At the same time, more than thousand people were injured.
    • At least 237 people were killed in Syria after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Turkey, the Syrian Ministry of Health said.
    • Buildings started shaking due to the earthquake and many people took to the streets out of fear. The earthquake shook buildings in Lebanon within about 40 seconds and many houses turned into rubble.
    • Rescue workers and residents searched for survivors under the rubble of several buildings. Along with this, the dead bodies of many people have also been recovered from the debris.
    • Officials say that the death toll can increase further. The number of injured is also increasing continuously. Due to the earthquake in Aleppo, Latakia, Hama and Tartus of Syria, there has been a scene of severe devastation.
    • Turkey has requested medical assistance and many countries have also come forward to help. Turkey’s Vice President told that the airports of Hatay, Maras and Gaziantep are closed due to the earthquake.
    • Turkey’s Vice President told that after the earthquake the condition of dams in Osmania and other provinces is being investigated. At present, there is no concern about the condition of the dams.
    • More than 750 people have died due to earthquake in Turkey and Syria. This includes 237 people in Syria and 520 in Turkey.
    • The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has expressed deep sorrow over this disaster in Turkey. He wrote, ‘Saddened by the loss of life and property due to the earthquake in Turkey. Condolences to the bereaved families. I wish the injured people a speedy recovery. India stands with the people of Turkey and is ready to provide all possible help in overcoming this crisis.
    • Israel’s Foreign Minister Eli Cohen has also come forward to help Turkey. He says that he is ready for any help.

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