The number of casualties in the earthquake that hit eastern Turkey has reached 31, the country’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said in a statement.
According to Anadolu news agency, the rescuers managed to bring out 45 people from the debris, and they were alive.
According to AFAD, 1,547 people asked for medical help.
A total 76 buildings collapsed, 643 buildings were seriously damaged, and 425 buildings sustained light and medium-scale damage.
There were 599 aftershocks.
An earthquake measuring 6.8 had hit eastern Turkey on the evening of January 24.