Miraculous Rescue: Two More People Rescued 11 Days After Turkey Earthquake

After a powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria on February 26th, rescue efforts have been underway to save those trapped in the rubble. Two more people were rescued in Turkey on Tuesday, 11 days after the earthquake, bringing the total number of survivors to 13.

The world has come together to assist in the rescue efforts. Aid and resources have been flooding in from countries such as Germany, France, and the United States to help the search and rescue teams.

The death toll from the earthquake has risen to 41, and the search for survivors is still ongoing. However, the number of rescues has been dwindling since the initial days after the earthquake.

The earthquake has also had a devastating effect on the people of Syria. While aid has started to trickle in, it is not enough to meet the needs of the Syrian people.

Readers have responded to the tragedy, saying that the earthquake toll is partly a manmade disaster. The lack of resources and infrastructure in the region has made the impact of the earthquake much worse.

The rescue efforts have been ongoing for the past 11 days, and on Tuesday, a 17-year-old girl was rescued in Syria. The hunt for bodies continues as the world comes together to help the people affected by the earthquake.