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A four-year-old girl, Ayda Gezgin, is being pulled out from the rubble.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
A powerful earthquake, which hit western Turkey, in the Bayrakli district in Izmir, has left many injured and over a hundred killed.
The 7.0-magnitude earthquake caused a lot of destruction and building collapses, which in turn had a lot of people stuck in the rubble.
Amidst the pain and suffering of the people of Turkey due to the earthquake, a sigh of relief was the rescue of three-year-old Ayda Gezgin.
Rescue workers surround Ayda Gezgin.
Ayda Gezgin was pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building after being stuck there for over 91 hours.
The girl, Ayda Gezgin, was seen being taken into an ambulance on Tuesday, wrapped in a thermal blanket.
"We have witnessed a miracle in the 91st hour," Izmir mayor Tunc Soyer tweeted.
"Rescue teams pulled out four-year-old Ayda alive. Along with the great pain we have experienced, we have this joy as well."
After being trapped in the debris of a building in Izmir for almost 18 hours, a mother and three of her children were pulled to safety. A teenager and her dog were also saved.
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