News 24 | Watch … a child was rescued from...

In an event described as a miracle, Turkish search and rescue teams were able today (Tuesday) to rescue a child who was trapped under the rubble for 91 hours after the earthquake that struck the western province of Izmir.

The specialized teams succeeded in pulling the child out of the rubble, and while she was being transported in an ambulance to the hospital, the surviving child – called “Aida” – told her paramedics that she wanted to eat “kofta and laban Ayran.”

Pictures and video clips showed the moment the girl was rescued from the rubble and transported to receive hospital care.

Yesterday, Monday, the specialized teams rescued a three-year-old girl named “Elif”, after spending 65 hours under the rubble, due to the earthquake that struck the state last Friday, which killed 102 people and injured hundreds, while 107 people were rescued from under the rubble. .

Saving a child from the rubble, 91 hours after the earthquake in Turkey, and this is what she asked her paramedics

Saving a child from the rubble, 91 hours after the earthquake in Turkey, and this is what she asked her paramedics

Saving a child from the rubble, 91 hours after the earthquake in Turkey, and this is what she asked her paramedics

Saving a child from the rubble, 91 hours after the earthquake in Turkey, and this is what she asked her paramedics

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