So that the breaths continue… the hospital was shaking due to the tremors of the earthquake and the nurses were holding the ventilator - Newztezz Online


Sunday, February 12, 2023

So that the breaths continue… the hospital was shaking due to the tremors of the earthquake and the nurses were holding the ventilator

An earthquake has caused devastation in Turkey last Monday, in such a situation, a video of the hospital has surfaced in which two nurses are seen saving the lives of newborn children without caring for their lives.

Due to the severe earthquake in Turkey on Monday, more than 29000 people have lost their lives so far. At the same time, thousands of rescuers are working day and night on the spot to save the people buried under the debris . Meanwhile, a video of a hospital in Turkey has surfaced where two nurses are seen trying to save newborn children in the hospital without caring for their lives. This video has been recorded in the CCTV camera installed in the ward.

This video is being told of a hospital in Gaziantep. These two nurses have been identified as Devlet Nizam and Gajwal Caliskan. These two nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit thought of saving the babies before leaving the building even during a 7.7 magnitude earthquake. It can be clearly seen in the video how these nurses were working in the intensive care ward, during this time the machines started shaking due to the earthquake. Both of them carefully caught the incubators of the children.

When both of them caught the incubators, they were saved from moving and colliding with each other. This video has been shared by Turkish politician Fatma Sahin on Twitter. Please tell that there was a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Monday. Which has caused havoc in two countries, these include Turkey and Syria. After this severe earthquake, many more aftershocks came at this place. It has become the seventh biggest natural disaster of this century. Let us inform that earlier in 2003, 31000 people had died due to earthquake in the neighboring country of Iran.

Lives still emerging from the rubble

The death toll from the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria five days ago has passed 29,000 as rescue operations continue as hopes for survivors grow increasingly bleak. Rescuers have been working continuously for the last five days in the bitter cold to save lives after the earthquake.

More than 12 people were rescued on Saturday during the rescue operation. A man named Ibrahim Zakaria, who was repeatedly fainting and regaining consciousness, did not know for how many days he had been buried under the debris of his house. Zakaria was rescued on Friday night.

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