Miraculous Rescues Amidst Devastation: 28,000 Dead in Turkey and Syria Earthquake

The death toll from the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria on Tuesday has risen to over 28,000 people, according to officials. The quake, which struck near the eastern border of Turkey, has left thousands of people homeless and destroyed many buildings.

Rescue teams have been working around the clock to find survivors and provide aid to those affected by the quake. Miraculously, a rescue team in Turkey was able to free a boy who had been trapped in rubble for over two days.

The search for survivors has been ongoing, and rescue teams have been able to find more people in the aftermath of the earthquake. One such rescue involved a father and daughter who were trapped in rubble for six days in Turkey.

In addition, members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have traveled to Turkey to help with the rescue efforts. The team has helped to rescue a mother and son from rubble in the aftermath of the quake.

The death toll from the earthquake continues to rise, and the destruction is immense. The international community is sending aid and resources to those affected by the quake, and people around the world are praying for the victims and their families.