Flood deaths in Turkey’s earthquake-stricken area rise to 16
Rescue teams recovered two more bodies after floods devastated two Turkish provinces on Thursday. Last month’s powerful earthquakeThe death toll in the new disaster has reached 16.
Flooding caused by heavy rain turned roads into rivers in the provinces of Adiyaman and Sanlfarfa on Wednesday, inundating cars and houses. Campsites sheltering earthquake victims.
Most of the deaths occurred in Sanliurfa, where rescue workers on Thursday found the bodies of two people who He is reported missing among the mud and debris. The flood left. Search teams there were still looking for a missing person.
In Adiaman, two people drowned when a container home sheltering a family of earthquake victims sank. A nurse and her two-year-old child are still missing.
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Adyaman and Sanliurfa were among 11 provinces in Turkey that were hit by an attack. 7.8 magnitude earthquake on February 6More than 48,000 people died in Turkey and an estimated 6,000 in northern Syria.
Meanwhile, a moderately strong earthquake rocked a city in northeastern Turkey on Thursday, sending people into the streets in fear.
gave 4.8 magnitude earthquake It was centered in the city of Bolu, about 162 miles east of Istanbul.
Bolo Mayor Tanjo Özkan told Haberturk Television that there were no reports of damage to any buildings in the city, but he said many people ran out of fear.
Doctors have responded to “one or two” cases of panic attacks, he said. A few people were also injured by jumping from the balcony.