Emirati squad saves child, man 120 hours after Turkey earthquake


Emirati search and rescue teams have saved two people who were trapped under earthquake rubble in Turkey for nearly 120 hours.

The first to be rescued was an 11-year-old child while the second was a man believed to be aged between 50 and 60.

The two survivors have been treated by medical personnel, and they are in good health.

The successful search and rescue mission was carried out in the Kahramanmaraş region as part of the UAE's 'Gallant Knight/2' operation to support earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria.

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