With temperatures during the night dropped to -5 degrees C, the emergency crews have installed more than 9,500 tents for the displaced and distributed to 17,000 hot meals. Rescue teams have concentrated their efforts in the neighborhood Mustafa Pasa in the city and in the nearby town of Sivrice, the residential areas closest to the epicenter of the earthquake.
most of the 680 aftershocks have hit the region on Saturday, while more than 3,500 experts save you climbed on the destroyed buildings to reach survivors, working the whole day. An earthquake of magnitude 4.3 has also hit the neighbouring province of Malatya on Sunday morning, as stated by the Turkish chairmanship for emergencies and emergency management (AFAD). The agency has reported that 76 buildings have been destroyed and more than 1,000 damaged by the earthquake. Drones, unmanned aircraft were used to monitor the neighborhoods damaged and coordinate the rescue efforts.
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