The number of people killed in the recent 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Turkey has risen to 523. The Turkish government said 1,650 people were injured and 185 rescued in the deadly earthquake that hit the country. The prime minister’s center for crisis and emergency management revealed the government has also started distributing aids to the affected residents.
Foreign assistance has also came in to provide cheer and relief to those affected by the deadly earthquake. Despite its recent political tension, Israel sent emergency housing units, blankets and clothing. Germany also dispatched supplies, including tent heating units.
Russia and Ukraine also contributed. Moreover, Turkish official are confident they can soon recover from their ordeal and bring back the lives of the affected resident.