Woman rescued from rubble in Turkey 203 hours after earthquake

NTALYA: A woman was rescued from the rubble of a building in the southern Turkish city of Hatay on Tuesday, some 203 hours after a devastating earthquake struck the region, Turkish media reported.
Earlier reports said the rescued person was a man, but later state broadcaster TRT reported a woman was pulled out from under the rubble in the city.
Earlier this week, another Turkish woman dies day after her rescue following 104 hours under quake rubble.
The woman died in hospital on Saturday a day after she was pulled out of the rubble of a collapsed building in southern Turkiye, where she had been trapped for 104 hours since Monday’s devastating earthquake, rescuers said. German rescuers pulled 40-year-old Zeynep Kahraman out of the rubble in the town of Kirikhan in southern Turkiye on Friday. –Agencies