7 more people were miraculously saved 8 days after the earthquake

(PLO)- At least 7 people have been rescued from the rubble on the 8th day following a devastating earthquake in Turkey.

It has been more than 8 days since a devastating earthquake hit Turkey and Syria, but the miracle is still there when on February 14, rescuers successfully rescued at least 7 people from the rubble in Turkey. , according to radio CNN.

Among the survivors were three sisters who were discovered by rescuers in the rubble in Kahramanmaras province.

In the same area, emergency workers rescued a 35-year-old woman who was buried for regarding 205 hours under the rubble.

Teenager Muhammed Enes Yeninar (17 years old) is rescued from the rubble in Kahramanmaras province (Turkey) on February 14. Photo: REUTERS

Brothers Muhammed Enes Yeninar (17) and Abdulbaki Yennir (21) were also pulled from a collapsed building in Kahramanmaras province regarding 198 hours following the quake.

The two brothers were taken to the hospital but their current condition is not known.

Rescuers rescue Muhammed Cafer Cetin (18 years old) from the rubble of a building in the city of Adiyaman (Turkey) on February 14. Video: IHA

Further east, in the city of Adiyaman, rescuers successfully rescued an 18-year-old named Muhammed Cafer from the rubble regarding 198 hours following the quake.

Video at the scene shows rescuers carrying Cafer on a stretcher to take him to a waiting ambulance, his hands still moving.

Theo CNNthere are now more than 41,200 confirmed deaths across Turkey and Syria, and survival stories are becoming increasingly sparse as the rescue phase draws to a close.

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