‘Miracle Rescue’: Two-Month-Old Baby Rescued 128 Hours After Turkey Earthquake

The deadly earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria this week has left a vast trail of devastation with tens of thousands declared dead so far. But with the successful rescue of children and infants as young as two-months old from under the rubble of collapsed buildings, a small stream of miracles too has become the part and parcel of the rescue operations amid devastation.

On Saturday, a two-month-old baby was rescued from earthquake rubble after 128 hours in southern Turkey. The baby survived the deadly disaster and was immediately taken to the hospital for medical checks, Anadolu Agency reported.

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Such a stream of miracles continue to stick together the hopes of thousands of Turkish and Syrian citizens who hope their missing kin to be alive under the rubble after the massive quake realigned the region’s topography with a vast trail of destruction on February 6th.

Turkey earthquake tragedy: Miracle rescues continue

Earlier in the day, a couple was rescued in Turkey’s southeastern Adiyaman province. Before that, a 13-year-old boy in Turkey’s southern Hatay province was rescued from the rubble.

Previously, an Azerbaijani rescue team pulled a 50-year-old woman out of a collapsed building in Kahramanmaras province 120 hours after the earthquake hit the region.

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On Saturday, the Turkey-Armenia border was reopened for the first time in 35 years to carry humanitarian aid to quake-affected people in Turkey. Death toll from Monday’s powerful earthquakes climbed to 21,043 in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed.

The earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 were centred in the country’s Kahramanmaras province. They were felt by 13 people across 10 provinces of the country.

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