Multiple buildings reportedly collapsed, burying people under the rubble
A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Türkiye early Monday morning, according to USGS, followed by several powerful aftershocks felt all across the region. The jolts caused a widespread destruction with multiple multi-storey buildings collapsed, according to disturbing footage captured by witnesses.
The quake happened around 4:26 am local time and was centered some 30 kilometers from Gaziantep, a major provincial capital with a population of over 2 million people.
📹 | #BREAKING: Buildings collapsed across cities close to the #earthquake epicenter in #Türkiye‘s Kahramanmaras. pic.twitter.com/oSaSK38fcm
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