Daily digital news desk: Five earthquakes in two days. Everything around has been destroyed. The death toll is increasing by leaps and bounds. Everywhere the eye can see only signs of destruction. In the midst of this destruction, despair, tears over the loss of loved ones, there are moments that offer new hope. Love teaches to believe. One of those scenes has recently spread on social networks. Where a girl is seen clinging to her younger brother despite being trapped under rubble.
The caption to the video circulating on social media read. The video is from Turkey. And the girl is only seven years old. As a result of the earthquake, many houses in Turkey have collapsed. Two children may have been trapped under one of those debris. In the video, the seven-year-old’s head is trapped between one of the collapsed walls. But not caring about her own head, she placed one of her hands on her brother’s head. As if the broken wall was going to be blocked by that little hand.
horrible situation in #Turkey…..
A 7-year-old girl kept her hand on her little brother’s head to protect him as they lay under rubble for 17 hours after the earthquake in Turkey.#TurkeyQuake #TurkeyEarthquake #tremors #Turkey #Syria #HelpTurkey pic.twitter.com/qb1bTHGedL
—Isha Rastogi (@IshaRas40433124) February 8, 2023
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Many were concerned after seeing the video. Whether the two children are alive or not, many questions are being asked on social media. There are also fake news about death. Meanwhile, the representative of the United Nations, Mohammed Safa, shared the photo of the two children. He writes: “The seven-year-old girl who was trying to protect her brother from her by putting her hands on her head was in this condition for approximately 17 hours. Both were rescued safely. I don’t see anyone sharing this news. If the girl had died, someone would have shared it! Please spread the good news…”
Turkey Earthquake struck Turkey in the early hours of Monday morning. The earthquake also affected the neighboring country of Syria. As soon as the rescue operation began, the death toll increased by leaps and bounds. As of Wednesday, the death toll in the two countries is around 8,000. A state of emergency has been declared in the areas affected by the earthquake for the next 3 months. In such a situation, like the rest of the world, India has extended its helping hand. It has been decided to send a rescue team of 100 people together with squads of dogs, relief material and medicines. In addition, 2 more aircraft have been dispatched from the Indian Air Force.
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