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Turkey-Greece earthquake: 16-year-old rescued from building in Izmir

A 16-year-old survivor has been filmed being pulled from the rubble of a building in Izmir’s Baraykli district of Turkey which collapsed after a magnitude-7.0 earthquake struck the Aegean coast. Footage today captured onlookers cheering as emergency services lifted Inci Okan, 16, and her dog Fistik out of a fallen building in Izmir after the pair spent 17 hours trapped under the fallen building. The teenager, who was injured in the wreckage, was rushed to hospital following her rescue. Friends and relatives remained outside the building today for news of loved ones still trapped inside, including employees of a dentist’s surgery that was located on the ground floor.

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