Из-под завалов дома в Турции вытащили мать с младенцем на руках

25 Октября 2011, 16:53

Девочке всего две недели, но ее удалось спасти. Спасатели и добровольцы, даже пострадавшие, продолжают разбирать завалы зданий, фото AFP

Rescuers take part in an operation to salvage people from a collapsed building after an earthquake in eastern Turkey that killed at least 217 people, on October 24, 2011, in Van. Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin said that 100 people had died in the city of Van and 117 in Ercis district, with another 1,090 injured in the nation's worst quake in years. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
ALTERNATE CROP OF ADE03 Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a two-week-old baby who was pulled from the debris of the earthquake on October 25, 2011 in Ercis. The mother of the infant was also alive but buried in the wreckage of their home in the town of Ercis and rescuers were trying to reach her. The rescue workers reached the baby, named Azra according to the reports, after hours of frantic digging and were working to free the mother whose name was given as Semiha. The father was missing, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Turkish men sleep on a couch in a street after an earthquake in the Ercis province of Van, in eastern Turkey, on October 24, 2011. Rescuers searched for survivors of a powerful earthquake that killed at least 217 people in eastern Turkey, with more feared trapped in the rubble of dozens of collapsed buildings. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
TOPSHOTS Turkish rescue workers scramble through the rubble in a search for survivors, one day after the 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck in the Ercis province of Van, in eastern Turkey, on October 24, 2011. Rescuers scrambled through the rubble in a desperate search on Monday for survivors of an earthquake that killed at least 264 people in Turkey as residents fled the scenes of devastation. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
TOPSHOTS Turkish rescuers take part in an operation to salvage people from a collapsed building after an earthquake in Van, eastern Turkey, on October 24, 2011. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey killed more than 200 people and injured 1,300, deputy prime minister Besir Atalay said on October 24. Officials and rescue teams had managed to reach all areas in Van province that were hit by the quake, Atalay said in televised remarks. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Survivors of the earthquake warm up next to a fire in Ercis, on October 24, 2011. A total of 970 buildings collapsed as a result of the 7.2-magnitude quake and aftershocks, and some 1,200 rescue officials were frantically scrambling to pull out any survivors before the start of the second night since the quake, with temperatures expected to plunge to two degrees Celsius (36 Fahrenheit) and snow forecast for Wednesday. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Turkish rescue workers take part in an operation to salvage people from a collapsed building after an earthquake in Van, province of Ercis, eastern Turkey, on October 25, 2011. Rescuers searched for survivors of a powerful earthquake that killed at least 217 people in eastern Turkey, with more feared trapped in the rubble of dozens of collapsed buildings. AFP PHOTO / MUSTAFA OZER
TOPSHOTS Rescue workers carry Murat Saglam (28), a survivor from a collapsed building, on a stretcher after a powerful earthquake rocked eastern Turkey, in the city of Ercis, Van province, on October 24, 2011. A total of 970 buildings collapsed as a result of the 7.2-magnitude quake and aftershocks, and some 1,200 rescue officials were frantically scrambling to pull out any survivors before the start of the second night since the quake, with temperatures expected to plunge to two degrees Celsius (36 Fahrenheit) and snow forecast for Wednesday. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Turkish men collect their belongs from a collapsed building after an earthquake in Ercis, in the eastern Turkey province of Van, on October 25, 2011. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey killed 366 people and injured some 1,300, the emergency unit of the prime minister's office said on October 25. More than 2,200 buildings were damaged in the tremor that hit Van province, it added in a statement on its web site. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
A Turkish man collects his belongs from a collapsed building following an earthquake in Ercis, in the eastern Turkey province of Van, on October 25, 2011. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey killed 366 people and injured some 1,300, the emergency unit of the prime minister's office said on October 25. More than 2,200 buildings were damaged in the tremor that hit Van province, it added in a statement on its web site. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
A Turkish man walks past a collapsed building following an earthquake in Ercis, in the eastern Turkey province of Van, on October 25, 2011. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey killed 366 people and injured some 1,300, the emergency unit of the prime minister's office said on October 25. More than 2,200 buildings were damaged in the tremor that hit Van province, it added in a statement on its web site. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
A rescue worker from Azerbaijan takes part with his dog in an operation to salvage people from a collapsed building as a crane is used to dig through rubble following an earthquake in Ercis, in the eastern Turkey province of Van, on October 25, 2011. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey killed 366 people and injured some 1,300, the emergency unit of the prime minister's office said on October 25. More than 2,200 buildings were damaged in the tremor that hit Van province, it added in a statement on its web site. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a two-week-old baby who was pulled from the debris of the earthquake on October 25, 2011 in Ercis. The mother of the infant was also alive but buried in the wreckage of their home in the town of Ercis and rescuers were trying to reach her. The rescue workers reached the baby, named Azra according to the reports, after hours of frantic digging and were working to free the mother whose name was given as Semiha. The father was missing, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a two-week-old baby who was pulled from the debris of the earthquake on October 25, 2011 in Ercis. The mother of the infant was also alive but buried in the wreckage of their home in the town of Ercis and rescuers were trying to reach her. The rescue workers reached the baby, named Azra according to the reports, after hours of frantic digging and were working to free the mother whose name was given as Semiha. The father was missing, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Rescue workers retrieve the body of a victim as they take part in a rescue operation after an earthquake in Ercis, province of Van, on October 25, 2011. Rescuers searched for survivors of a powerful earthquake that killed at least 217 people in eastern Turkey, with more feared trapped in the rubble of dozens of collapsed buildings. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
A Turkish boy collects his belongings from a collapsed building on October 25, 2011 in Ercis, province of Van, eastern Turkey. Dozens of survivors in the quake-hit Turkish city of Van hurled stones at journalists and police on Tuesday after some reports hailed the tremor as payback for a recent Kurdish rebel attack. At least 366 people died when a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked the eastern Van province, a mainly Kurdish region near the Iranian border. The tremor hit on Sunday, four days after a Kurdish rebel attack in southeastern Turkey killed 24 soldiers and injured 18 others -- the army's heaviest toll since 1993. AFP PHOTO / MUSTAFA OZER
Rescue workers form a chain to carry a generator as they take part in rescue operations after an earthquake in Ercis, province of Van, on October 25, 2011. Rescuers searched for survivors of a powerful earthquake that killed at least 217 people in eastern Turkey, with more feared trapped in the rubble of dozens of collapsed buildings. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER

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