Earthquake Death Toll in Turkey & Greece continues to rise

Earthquake death toll in Turkey & Greece continues to rise as rescuers frantically search for more survivors.

Rescuers have celebrated after retrieved a teenager from the devastation of the earthquake that rocked Turkey and Greece this week after having been trapped for 17 hours.

The current death toll stands at 26 with more than 800 people being confirmed as injured during the seismic event.

The hunt for further survivors continued on Saturday, October 31, in the rubble of an eight-storey building that collapsed as a result of the quake that struck on Friday, October 30, and reached a whopping 7.0 magnitude.

The quake brought devastation to the region with many frantically helping to find further survivors.

As a result of the quake which occurred in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish and Greek coasts has triggered a small tsunami with has flooded into Seferihisar, Turkey.

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