3 Dead and Hundreds Injured After Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake Strikes Turkey and Syria

A 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the southern region of Turkey on Monday, killing three people and leaving hundreds injured. This comes two weeks after a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake killed thousands in the same region.

The earthquake struck around 4PM local time in the Hatay province, located near the Turkey-Syria border. According to the BBC, the quake caused significant damage to buildings and infrastructure, leaving many people trapped under rubble.

The New York Times reported that the powerful quake was felt in both Turkey and Syria, with the epicenter located in the city of Reyhanli. The Washington Post also reported that the earthquake has caused panic among the local population as they have been rocked by another strong quake.

Rescue workers and emergency responders are currently on the scene, searching for survivors and helping those who have been injured.

This is a developing story. View Full Coverage on USNN for more updates.