Турция: Спасатели разгребают завалы, по улицам гуляют бездомные

27 Октября 2011, 17:35

Two young boys look at clothes as homeless survivors queue to receive aid in Ercis on October 27, 2011, after a major earthquake of 7.2 magnitude hit eastern province of Van on October 23. Snow blanketed eastern Turkey, complicating rescue efforts and bringing more misery for the thousands left homeless by a devastating earthquake as the death toll surged past 530. Ninety-one hours after disaster struck in the eastern province of Van, rescuers pulled a 19-year-old from the rubble in the town of Ercis but the prospects of finding more people alive were fading fast. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Men unload bags from a lorry as homeless survivors of the major earthquake of 7.2 magnitude, which hit eastern province of Van on October 23, queue to receive aid in Ercis on October 27, 2011. Snow blanketed eastern Turkey, complicating rescue efforts and bringing more misery for the thousands left homeless by a devastating earthquake as the death toll surged past 530. Ninety-one hours after disaster struck in the eastern province of Van, rescuers pulled a 19-year-old from the rubble in the town of Ercis but the prospects of finding more people alive were fading fast. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Homeless survivors of the major earthquake of 7.2 magnitude, which hit eastern province of Van on October 23, look at clothes in Ercis on October 27, 2011. Snow blanketed eastern Turkey, complicating rescue efforts and bringing more misery for the thousands left homeless by a devastating earthquake as the death toll surged past 530. Ninety-one hours after disaster struck in the eastern province of Van, rescuers pulled a 19-year-old from the rubble in the town of Ercis but the prospects of finding more people alive were fading fast. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
A young boy carries aid as homeless survivors queue to receive aid in Ercis on October 27, 2011, after a major earthquake of 7.2 magnitude hit eastern province of Van on October 23. Snow blanketed eastern Turkey, complicating rescue efforts and bringing more misery for the thousands left homeless by a devastating earthquake as the death toll surged past 530. Ninety-one hours after disaster struck in the eastern province of Van, rescuers pulled a 19-year-old from the rubble in the town of Ercis but the prospects of finding more people alive were fading fast. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
A survivor carries items scavenged from the debris of his collapsed house after an earthquake in Ercis on October 27, 2011. In its latest damage assessment bulletin, the prime minister's emergency unit said that 523 people were now known to have died after the 7.2 magnitude quake struck. A further 1,650 had been injured in the disaster, it added. AFP PHOTO / DIMITAR DILKOFF
Rescue workers carry the corpse of a victim of the earthquake in Ercis on October 27, 2011. In its latest damage assessment bulletin, the prime minister's emergency unit said that 523 people were now known to have died after the 7.2 magnitude quake struck. A further 1,650 had been injured in the disaster, it added. AFP PHOTO / DIMITAR DILKOFF
Homeless survivors receive bread after an earthquake in Ercis on October 27, 2011. In its latest damage assessment bulletin, the prime minister's emergency unit said that 523 people were now known to have died after the 7.2 magnitude quake struck. A further 1,650 had been injured in the disaster, it added.AFP PHOTO / DIMITAR DILKOFF

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