Turkiye Earthquake Turkiye Earthquake Magnitude Video Live Reporting In Turkiye Video
Turkey Earthquake Magnitude: The devastating earthquake in Turkiye (Turkey) on Monday has killed thousands of people. The scene of devastation is visible from all sides. Meanwhile, during a live reporting in Turkey, an earthquake occurred, the entire scene of which was captured on camera. It can be clearly seen in the video that people are shouting.
Television reporter Yuksel Aklan was reporting live from the streets of Malatya, Turkey, after the earthquake subsided on Monday, when the ground shook beneath his feet. The video of the live reporting has been released by CBS News. It can be seen in this that Yuksel Aklan and other people on the road start running as soon as the earthquake starts. Meanwhile, the cameraman tries to capture the horrific scene around in the camera… Then the sound of a building falling is heard.
The building got destroyed in no time
“While we were reporting on the rescue efforts in the area, we were hit by two consecutive earthquakes, and the building to my left was flattened,” Yuksel Aklan told Reuters. There was a lot of dust, he said. A local resident came running and he was covered with dust.” Meanwhile, reporter Yuksel Akalan is also seen running to save a girl’s life.
🔴 CANLI YAYINDA DEPREM: MUHABİR, ÇOCUĞU KURTARDI#Malatya‘Da live broadcast artı depreme yakalanan A news reporter Yüksel Akalan, small girl childinu bulukardı. #deprem pic.twitter.com/3GESkL0U0J
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More than 2300 people died
The most powerful earthquake of this century shook Turkiye (Turkey) and Syria on Monday morning. More than 2300 people died and more than 6000 were injured in the devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.8 on Monday. The death toll may increase. Relief rescue work is going on to save the people trapped in the debris. There have been three consecutive devastating earthquakes of magnitude 7.8, 7.6 and 6.0 in Turkey.
More than 50 aftershocks occurred in Turkey after the earthquake. Eyewitnesses said the second tremor was felt as far as the Turkish capital Ankara and the Iraqi Kurdistan city of Irbil. The US Geological Survey said the first 7.8 magnitude earthquake occurred near the Turkish city of Gaziantep at a depth of about 17.9 kilometers (11 miles) at 4:17 a.m.
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