Rescue operation continues for 71 people confirmed dead in Turkey-Greece earthquake

Turkey-Greece earthquake confirmed to kill 71 people following rescue operation November 2 at 5:29 a.m.

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A total of two days have been confirmed since the earthquake and tsunami in the Aegea Sea between Turkey and Greece, and 71 deaths have been confirmed so far. At the site, rescue efforts continue for people left behind under collapsed buildings, and residents of areas flooded by the tsunami are busy shoveling mud.
On the 30th of last month, two days have come since a major earthquake of magnitude 7.0 occurred in the Aegea Sea between Turkey and Greece.

According to Turkish and Greek authorities, 69 people have been killed, 949 injured and two killed and 19 injured in Greece so far.

In the severely damaged province of Izmir in western Turkey, searches and rescue operations for people left under rubble at eight sites where buildings collapsed are continuing throughout the day and night.

In seferichsal, a town on the coast of Izmir province flooded by the tsunami, residents are busy shoveling mud that has flowed into their homes and other areas, as well as cleaning up furniture that has been watered.

In the tsunami, an 85-year-old woman in the town drowned and died.

According to the woman who works at the souvenir shop, the water that came into the street in front of the shop reached a height of about 50 centimeters, so she said, “I cried because I thought I was going to die here. I want to get back to my original life as soon as possible.”