New Delhi: Everyone knows that the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria have caused a large number of victims. We report that so far 4 thousand people have died in this disaster. Meanwhile, another heartbreaking news has come to light, yes indeed the World Health Organization has said that the death toll from earthquake may increase by 8 times. According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the quake was near the city of Ganjiantep. The intensity of this earthquake was 7.8 on the Richter scale. In such a situation, now everyone is afraid if 20 thousand people will really die.
The World Health Organization said…
Speaking of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, the World Health Organization said: “Unfortunately, one thing we have seen in every earthquake is that the initial numbers of deaths and injuries increase rapidly in the following weeks.” Apart from this, the cold can further increase the problem. Many people may be homeless. In such a situation, it will be very sad to see how many more lives will be lost.
The World Health Organization says up to 20,000 people may have died in the Turkey-Syria earthquake. pic.twitter.com/W6wZgBtyDq
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death toll exceeds 20,000
After the earthquake, many countries in the world are helping Turkey. In this, now the World Health Organization has alerted about the possible obstacles that may arise in rescue operations. According to Gardi, the World Health Organization has said the death toll from the quake could exceed 20,000. When the WHO sounded the alarm, the death toll was 25,000. So now it has reached 4 thousand.
We report that thousands of buildings have collapsed in Turkey and Syria. A large number of people are buried under the rubble of the buildings. Images and videos from Turkey are going viral on social media and show a heartbreaking picture. Many roads are in poor condition and relief efforts have been hampered. In such a situation, if this apprehension of the World Health Organization comes true, then there will be a great loss of life in the world.