Rescue operation continues for 30 dead in Turkey-Greece earthquake

Rescue operation continues for 30 dead in Turkey-Greece earthquake November 1 at 1:58 a.m.

The earthquake and tsunami in the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece have resulted in a total of 30 deaths so far, according to the announcement by the two governments. There are still people left behind under the collapsed building, and rescue efforts are continuing.

On the night of October 30, Japan time, a large 7.0-magnitude earthquake occurred in the Aegea Sea between Turkey and Greece, causing a tsunami.

Authorities in Turkey and Greece have confirmed that 28 people have been killed, 885 injured and two killed and 19 injured in Greece so far.

Of these, 17 buildings collapsed in Izmir province in western Turkey, and nine of them were left under rubble.

As a result, search and rescue operations are still on the way, and local media have reported that the whereabouts of about 180 people are missing.

According to the Japanese Embassy in Turkey, there has been no information on the damage to the Japanese people caused by this earthquake so far.

The woman buried in the rubble, the footage of the rescue.

In the video from the site, rescuers can see rescuers holding hands and reseying a woman buried in the rubble.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there have been at least six earthquakes of magnitude 4 or higher that are thought to be aftershocks in the epicenter.

The Turkish government is calling on residents to be careful not to return to buildings that are likely to collapse for some time to come.