Turkey earthquake: Rescuer meets newborn daughter for first time

The devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria on February 6 has caused many human tragedies, where millions have been injured and displaced, while some people will suffer the pain of losing their loved ones for the rest of their lives.

In this sad atmosphere, a wave of happiness spreads among the people and the rescue teams when a person comes out alive from the tons of debris.

A similar incident happened in the province of Hatay in the south of Turkey when a person buried under the debris was pulled out alive after 261 hours, Turkish citizen Mustafa Awci was taken out of the wreckage and transferred to the hospital.

There were emotional scenes at the hospital when he met his newborn daughter for the first time, who was born on the night of the earthquake in the hospital where Mustafa himself is now being treated.

In an emotional video that has gone viral on social media, Mustafa can be seen meeting his wife and newborn daughter. Mustafa, who is being treated at the hospital, gave his baby girl a hug and kiss for the first time, which moved all the tender-hearted users.

More than 45,000 people have lost their lives due to the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, while thousands of people have been injured and millions of people have been displaced due to severe cold.

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