Earthquake in Turkey-Syria wreaks havoc everywhere! 21000 deaths, dead bodies coming out of the debris
Turkey-Syria Earthquake: The death toll from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria has risen to above 21,000. Bitter cold has now hampered the search for people buried in thousands of collapsed buildings after the earthquake.
The death toll after the earthquake in Turkey and Syria is increasing day by day. According to the latest report, more than 21 thousand people have lost their lives so far. The work of extracting the dead bodies from the pile of debris is going on. Due to bad weather and severe cold, there is a problem in the rescue operation. Experts involved in the teams engaged in relief and rescue work in the severe cold believe that it has been about 100 hours since the earthquake. While 72 hours after a major natural disaster like an earthquake, the chances of more people being alive in the debris keep decreasing. Thousands of people are admitted to the hospital.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said yesterday that he is going to Syria. Tedros tweeted that he was on his way to Syria. Where WHO is engaged in the work of providing necessary medical services in earthquake-affected areas.
people are not getting drinking water
Relief and rescue operations are going on for the last nearly 100 hours. After the earthquake, now the bitter cold added trouble to the search for people buried in thousands of collapsed buildings. Because of the cold, the lives of many earthquake victims are now in danger. Thousands of people are forced to live in the open without any shelter in temperatures below zero. You will be surprised to know that they are not even getting drinking water.
The World Bank will give $ 1.78 billion to Turkey, which is struggling with the devastation after the earthquake. At the same time, the US has announced an aid of $ 85 million to help earthquake-affected Turkey and Syria. India has already sent NRDF teams with relief material. It is feared that some people may have survived in the debris, so they may have died in these four days due to hunger, thirst and cold.
The death toll from the earthquake in Turkey has surpassed the death toll from the 2011 earthquake near Japan. Due to this more than 18,400 people died in Tsunami.