Earthquake in Turkey again | Nature continues to wreak havoc in Turkey: 5th magnitude 5.4 quake, death toll exceeds 5,000



Ankara: Nature continues to wreak havoc in Turkey. The death scene has not stopped yet and another earthquake occurred in the meantime. So far there have been five spring earthquakes here. According to the information, a magnitude 5.4 earthquake occurred again in Turkey amid severe devastation. On the other hand, more than 5,000 people have been confirmed dead so far in the powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck southeastern Turkey and southern Syria on Monday. The number of deaths may rise further. India has sent teams from the NDRF and the army to help people caught up in the devastating earthquake in Turkey. Hundreds of people are still buried under rubble. The rescue is activated.

Tremors were felt on both sides of the border before dawn, and people had to leave despite the cold and rain. According to Associated Press reports, more than 5,000 people have died so far due to the deadly earthquake in Turkey and Syria. Turkey was hit by 3 consecutive earthquakes of magnitude 7.8, 7.6 and 6.0. Now once again there was an earthquake twice. Today, that is, on Tuesday, there was an earthquake of magnitude 5.5 and now 5.4. The death toll is continually increasing. The numbers of deaths increase from time to time.

At the same time, the World Health Organization has said that the death toll from the earthquake may increase by 8 times. That is to say, the death of some 20,000 people is feared in this devastation. Thousands of buildings have collapsed. It is difficult to confirm how many people are trapped in the rubble. Around 20 to 25 thousand people have been injured in this natural calamity.

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According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the earthquake was located about 33 km from Gaziantep at a depth of 18 km. Its tremors were felt in the provinces. According to the survey, a few hours later another earthquake of magnitude 7.5 was felt, whose epicenter was just 100 kilometers from the epicenter of the first. Turkey’s disaster management agency said it was an isolated quake and dozens more aftershocks were expected.

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