TURKEY - EARTHQUAKE
up to 150 killed - 390 injured
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At least 84 people are confirmed dead and 390 injured after a powerful earthquake hit Turkey's eastern province of Bingol early yesterday.
The tremor demolished dozens of buildings, including part of a boarding school, trapping scores under rubble, and raising fears that the toll could rise to at least 150.
The Housing Minister, Zeki Ergezen, speaking in Ankara, said: "The picture is getting increasingly serious."
The tremor, registering 6.4 on the Richter scale, crumpled a concrete dormitory housing primary school children. Rescuers clambering over the rubble could hear the cries of children trapped below.
"There are around 150 of our little ones there ... May God preserve us from
worse," said the Prime Minister, Tayyip Erdogan.
"Our hope is that the rescue work will end happily and not in an outcome distressing to our children or ourselves ... From our telephone conversations I feel our colleagues are in control of the situation."
A staff member at the school, a four-storey building in the city of Bingol, about 700 kilometres east of Ankara, said about 35 children had escaped the dormitory as the quake struck and a further 25 had been rescued from the wreckage.
Children rescued from the mountain of rubble that had been the school were comforted by helpers. Bystanders cheered as one small boy, dazed and tearful, was pulled from the masonry and carried to an ambulance.
Mustafa Gunala, 11, said he was saved by the school's caretaker, who guided him and a group of students out of the rubble. "I didn't understand what happened. I saw the ceiling coming towards me," Mustafa told the Anatolia news agency.
"As the hours go by the news from Bingol gets more sad," said Feyzullah Karaalsan, the Mayor of Bingol, adding that soldiers were on their way from Ankara to help with the rescue operations. Civil defence and mountaineers with earthquake-rescue experience were also on their way to Bingol, which has a population of 250,000.
Bingol province is a region of mountains and forests mainly populated by Kurds.
Women wailed as local soldiers and civilians pounded with axes and mechanised diggers at the rubble of destroyed blocks of flats.
Soldiers and rescue workers struggled to hold back anxious parents from the rubble. Some parents questioned the quality of the school's construction. "The stable I built didn't collapse, but the school did," Anatolian quoted the parent of a rescued 12-year-old boy as saying.
The injured overflowed into the hospital garden, where some wept quietly on makeshift beds and children sucked on cartons of fruit juice handed out by hospital staff.
More than 50 aftershocks struck the area, including one with a magnitude of 5.
A serious earthquake last hit Bingol in 1971, when about 900 people died. Two massive quakes hit north-western Turkey in 1999, killing about 20,000 people. The Government and rescue services, including the military, faced severe criticism at the time over their slow and ineffectual reaction to the disaster. Since then rescue operations have been revised but have not been put to any serious test.
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Rescuers dug frantically to rescue more than 100 children believed to be trapped under debris after their school collapsed.
The Turkish industry minister, Ali Coskun, said at least 84 people had been killed, while the housing minister, Zeki Ergezen, said the estimated death toll was 150. and television channel NTV reported that 105 bodies had already reached the city's morgue. The report could not be independently confirmed.
Emergency crews were working to rescue 118 primary and middle school pupils buried under the rubble of their four-storey dormitory that collapsed in the south-eastern city of Bingol.
Five students had been found dead in the rubble, according to Bingol's mayor, Feyzullah Karaalsan. NTV said that at least 69 children had been rescued.
"My friends are waiting for help in there. They were calling for help as they were pulling me out," 12-year-old Veysel Dagdelen was quoted as saying by the Anatolia news agency after he was rescued from the debris.
The earthquake, which measured 6.4 on the Richter scale, struck the region at around 3.27am local time (0127 BST) this morning and was centred just outside Bingol, the Kandilli seismology centre in Istanbul said.
Mr Karaaslan said the toll was expected to rise.
"As the hours go by, the news from Bingol gets more sad. We estimate the death toll to be around 150, there are about 300 injured," he said, adding that soldiers were on their way from the capital, Ankara, to help with the rescue operations.
Civil defence and mountaineers with earthquake-rescue experience were also on their way to Bingol, which is 430 miles east of Ankara.
At least 25 buildings and a bridge collapsed in the centre of Bingol, a city of 250,000 inhabitants, the mayor said.
Rescue officials were still unable to reach many villages in the area.
Soldiers, rescue workers and ordinary citizens worked their way through the debris to try to rescue students still believed to be alive from the school's dormitory. The Anatolia news agency said voices of the trapped children could be heard from under the debris, while soldiers tried to prevent hundreds of desperate relatives from approaching the collapsed building.
Mustafa Gunala, 11, said he was saved by the school's caretaker who guided him and a group of students out of the rubble.
"I didn't understand what happened. I saw the ceiling coming toward me," he told Anatolia.
Meanwhile parents questioned the quality of the school's construction.
"The stable I built did not collapse, but the school did," Mustafa's father, Abdullah Gunala said.
"May God save us from the worst," Turkey's prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said in a news conference in Ankara. "My hope is that the we end the rescue efforts in a happy way and we don't come across a sad outcome regarding our young ones."
The earthquake damaged power and telephone lines in the area and cut off electricity.
Doctors at Bingol's state hospital and town officials appealed for help to deal with the crisis.
"We need every kind of help," said Ilhan Cokabay, chief doctor at the hospital. "Medical supplies, people, whatever."
"Many buildings collapsed and we have a large number of people in the streets with no place to stay," Mr Karaaslan said.
The tremor also was felt in the nearby provinces of Erzincan, Tunceli, Bingol, Erzurum, Kayseri and Sivas.
More than 50 aftershocks struck the area, including one with a magnitude of five on the Richter scale.
Gulay Barbarasoglu, head of the Istanbul observatory, said the quake lasted for 17 seconds.
Earthquakes are frequent in Turkey, which lies on the active North Anatolian fault. A 1971 quake in Bingol killed 900 people.
Ruptures in the fault caused two quakes in August 1999 that killed 18,000 people and devastated large parts of north-western Turkey.
Up to 150 killed in Turkish quake
03/01/2003 - 16:37:41
Today's powerful earthquake in Turkey killed up to 150 people and injured 390 others.
More than 100 children were trapped under the rubble of their school the quake in south-east Turkey.
Rescuers dug frantically at the wreckage of the school dormitory as hundreds of terrified parents screamed and prayed for news of their children. Several dozen youngsters were pulled from the debris alive.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at least 84 people were killed, and Housing Minister Zeki Ergezen said the death toll was expected to rise to 150 across the region.
Officials said 118 primary and middle school pupils remained trapped under the four storey school dormitory that collapsed in the village of Celtiksuyu, about 430 miles east of the capital Ankara.
Emergency workers said at least 69 children had been rescued so far.
The bodies of five children and one of their teachers had also been recovered from the rubble, said Feyzullah Karaaslan, the mayor of nearby Bingol town.
“My friends are waiting for help in there. They were calling for help as they were pulling me out,” said 12-year-old Veysel Dagdelen as he was carried away after being rescued.
The 6.4-magnitude quake struck at 03:27am (1.27 Irish time) and was centred just outside Bingol, the Kandilli seismology centre in Istanbul said.
At least 25 buildings and a bridge collapsed in the centre of Bingol, a town of 250,000 people. Damage could be seen everywhere and the streets were filled with terrified residents.
The earthquake damaged power and telephone lines in the area, and as more than 100 aftershocks hit the region, rescue workers were unable to reach many villages.
Soldiers, officials and local residents used cranes and jackhammers to try to save the surviving pupils under the school dormitory.
Voices of the trapped children could be heard coming from under the debris, while soldiers tried to stop hundreds of desperate relatives from approaching the collapsed building.
Youngsters already pulled from the wreckage were being treated for their injuries on mattresses laid out near the flattened building.
Naim Gencgul, a 15-year-old boy, was pulled out of the rubble with a broken arm.
“The whole building was on top of me. We all started screaming,” he said.
His elder brother, Sami Gencgul, had two sons in the school. His 14-year-old son Muslum is still missing.
“We never expected something like this would happen. We sent our kids here because there are no cars in our village,” said Gencgul. “Muslum is a good boy.”
As one soldier carried a child from the rubble to the cheers of onlookers, the boy could he heard shouting, “Father!”
Angry parents questioned how well the school had been constructed.
“The stable I built did not collapse – but the school did,” one father said.
Proper inspections had not been carried out and shoddy materials had been used, said Prime Minister Erdogan as he visited the quake area.
“Investigations will be launched and the guilty will be prosecuted,” he vowed.
Thousands of poorly-built buildings collapsed when two massive earthquakes struck western Turkey in 1999, killing 18,000 people.
Bingol resident Nazim Karabulut said the school was a “terrible construction”.
“Nobody ever learned their lessons,” he said.
Doctors at Bingol’s state hospital appealed for help to deal with the crisis. The hospital was seriously damaged in the quake and scores of injured were being treated outside in the open air.
“We need every kind of help,” said chief doctor Ilhan Cokabay. “Medical supplies, people, whatever.”
The mayor said the city also needed more large tents. The Red Crescent sent 3,100 tents, 13,000 blankets, as well as mobile kitchens, generators, ambulances, and four tons of food supplies.
Soldiers, emergency workers and mountaineers with rescue experience were also heading for the area.
The tremor was felt in the nearby provinces of Erzincan, Tunceli, Bingol, Erzurum, Kayseri and Sivas. The quake lasted 17 seconds, said Gulay Barbarasoglu at the Istanbul observatory.
Earthquakes are frequent in Turkey, which lies on the active North Anatolian fault. A 1971 quake in Bingol killed 900 people.
Turkey Searches for Earthquake Survivors
02 May 2003, 21:27 UTC
An increasingly desperate search for earthquake victims is underway in Bingol, Turkey, where at least 115 people are confirmed dead and 70 school children are missing.
Rescuers are now using cranes and heavy equipment to work through the rubble of a collapsed school dormitory despite protests from parents of missing children.
Ahmet Aydin, a top official at the dormitory site, says it is still a search and rescue operation. But it is clear hope of finding more survivors of Thursday's quake is fading.
Public anger boiled over early Friday when hundreds of people marched on the Bingol governor's office shouting, "resign, resign." Anger grew when a police van injured several demonstrators by speeding through the crowd. Bingol is in southeastern Turkey where there is deep distrust between ethnic Kurds and the government. Turkish officials have accused Kurdish rebels of infiltrating the grieving crowds to incite tensions.
Some information for this report provided by AP.
Hopes fading for trapped quake children
02/05/2003 - 10:22:59
Rescue equipment fell silent as searchers listened today for any sign of life under a flattened school dormitory where about 70 children remained trapped since a strong earthquake rocked eastern Turkey.
Working against time, the rescuers prayed they would reach them alive, but hopes were fading after the bodies of 39 children were found.
“I have been sitting here since yesterday morning,” said Gazal Gunalan, whose 15-year-old son Mehmet was buried under the rubble.
“At the beginning I was expecting him to come out alive ... now I’m waiting for his body.”
Overnight, rescuers found five children alive and 12 dead, officials said adding that more dead children were inside.
“I saw an entire dormitory ward squashed under the ceiling with at least eight children crushed to death inside,” said rescue worker Semsettin Sayan.
Major Oguz Tozak in charge of a rescue team of at the school in Celtiksuyu said he feared up to two-thirds of the students still trapped may be dead.
“The debris is a difficult one but we have not lost hope,” Tozak said.
Intermittently, rescuers turned off generators and lights to scan the rubble with sensitive microphones to detect any sounds.
Sniffer dogs climbed on the debris hunting for survivors.
Rescuers built a tunnel from the basement of the building up to the flattened third floor where two children were believed to be alive. No one was found there.
The 198 students in the dorm, aged seven to 16, were asleep when the magnitude 6.4 quake struck early yesterday and collapsed the Celtiksuyu boarding school.
By dawn today, 90 children had been rescued alive from the rubble, leaving about 70 still unaccounted for.
Hundreds of people, most of them relatives of the missing students, kept vigil near the rubble, wailing and praying under the floodlights used to keep up the search through the night.
The quake’s epicentre was just outside the nearby city of Bingol, 430 miles east of Ankara.
Bingol is a rural, poor area in the predominantly Kurdish south-east that suffered years of fierce fighting between the Turkish army and Kurdish autonomy-seeking rebels.
Bingol’s governor Huseyin Avni Cos said the official death toll today stood at 105. About 1,000 people were injured in the quake.
The primary and middle boarding school was built in 1999 mainly for the children of poor farmers from surrounding villages that have no schools and poor transportation services.
It also represented the hope for a better future for the children of poor Kurds, who are often illiterate.
“My son always said ’I don’t want to stay uneducated like you Dad. I want a different life,”’ said Nihat Bezekci, whose 11-year-old son Ahmet was still trapped in the building.
“If I had been able, I wish I had sent him to a better school, not here.”
Bezekci said he tried to keep his hopes up all night.
“But now my hopes have totally collapsed. I suppose God had written his destiny,” said the Kurdish farmer.
Rescued children were treated for their injuries on mattresses laid out at the site.
Recep Gungor said he woke up with his bunk bed shaking and fell off.
“Then the bed fell on me. I said ’it is an earthquake,’ but I don’t remember how I was rescued,” he said.
Again the country focused on the issue of poor construction – the cause for heavy death tolls in previous quakes.
Much of the country sits atop the active North Anatolian fault and tremors are frequent. A 1971 quake in Bingol killed 900 people.
Saturday, May. 3, 2003
Hopes fade at scene of Turkish earthquake
CELTIKSUYU, Turkey — As rescue workers recovered more bodies of children Saturday from the rubble of a dormitory levelled by an earthquake in eastern Turkey, hopes faded for 17 students still missing beneath the wreckage.
Relief teams have been using cranes and bulldozers to lift concrete slabs since Friday afternoon, after sniffer dogs and electronic listening equipment failed to detect signs of life. The four-storey dormitory collapsed in a pre-dawn quake Thursday, killing more than 60 sleeping students.
“Hopes are fading as times passes,” said the head of a medical-relief team, Dr. Mehmet Kursat Derici. But he added that some missing children may have squeezed into small cavities in the rubble.
“It’s not over until the last person has been found,” agreed Serdar Demirel, who heads one rescue team.
Workers have pulled out the bodies of 16 children since late Friday, bringing them from the debris in black bodybags. Each time, frantic parents rush across a police barricade for information on the child’s identity. A teacher, wearing a surgical mask, was charged with identifying the bodies, some injured beyond recognition.
The confirmed death toll at the boarding school in the Kurdish town of Celtiksuyu was 65, while 114 students were taken out alive.
Throughout the region, 149 people were confirmed dead and more than 1,000 injured in the magnitude-6.4 quake.
Relief teams were concentrating efforts on what used to be the dormitory’s second and third floors, which appeared to be the most caved in parts of the building.
When the earthquake struck, the cheaply made and apparently never-inspected dormitory crumbled, crushing scores of children. The columns, lacking sufficient cement and metal rods, could not resist the weight of the building. Only steel cabinets were still standing — basically serving as columns holding up the weight of the collapsed ceilings of some floors.
Kemal Turkaslan, head of the Ankara-branch of the construction engineers association, said the construction code requires that no stone bigger than a pebble be mixed with the cement for the concrete. But grapefruit-sized stones were scattered around the site.
“Murderers!” shouted Gazal Gunalan, mother of 15-year-old Mehmet, as she waited for news of her son, believed to be trapped under the rubble.
Violent clashes erupted in the nearby city of Bingol between police and angry crowds protesting a shortage of tents, food and water on Friday. Police fired shots in the air as the protesters demanded the resignation of the regional governor and threw stones at official buildings.
At least 15 security forces and four civilians were injured in Friday’s clashes, Bingol Governor Huseyin Avni Cos said. Two policemen were in serious condition, he said.
Mr. Cos said that the predominantly Kurdish region was still in need of 10,000 tents, the Anatolia news agency reported. Turkey’s Red Crescent said it was sending tents for 60,000 people to the area.
Although the country has suffered several massive quakes over the past decade, experts say little has been done to address the problem of poor construction, which was blamed for many of the deaths in the 1999 quakes in western Turkey that killed more than 18,000 people.
Despite government promises of a crackdown on unscrupulous builders, only a handful contractors among thousands were brought to justice after the 1999 quakes.
Quake Clash Erupts
Police shoot into air to end Kurd protest
May 3, 2003
Bingol, Turkey - Police fired warning shots Friday to discourage angry Kurds from stoning official vehicles to protest a shortage of earthquake relief supplies, while searchers pressed the hunt for children still buried in a collapsed school dormitory.
One boy was pulled alive from the rubble Friday morning, 30 hours after the quake, but funerals began for dozens of youngsters already found dead.
With no further signs of life evident in the debris of the four-story building, searchers began using cranes and heavy equipment to work through the debris despite protests from parents.
"God took him, why are you cutting him into pieces?" screamed Fethi Ketenalp, referring to his missing 14-year-old son, as he threw himself in front of a crane.
Although sniffer dogs and electronic listening equipment had not located any survivors since morning, searchers said they still harbored hope.
By Friday evening, 32 students were listed as missing, 117 had been rescued and 49 found dead, officials said. The children, ages 7 to 16, were from poor Kurdish families and lived at the school because they had no way to get back and forth from their villages.
Overall, the confirmed death toll from Thursday's quake rose to 127, and about 1,000 people were injured.
Thousands were left homeless by the 6.4 magnitude quake and anger over the lack of tents, food and water erupted into violent clashes in Bingol, a predominantly Kurdish city of 250,000 people.
Police fired automatic rifles into the air to disperse demonstrators who demanded the resignation of Bingol Gov. Huseyin Avni Cos and threw stones at the governor's office. Anger worsened after a police van injured several protesters by speeding through the crowd. Young Kurds tore up chunks of pavement to throw at police cars and armored vehicles. Policemen wearing masks ran through the streets firing into the air.
There is deep distrust between Kurds and security forces in Turkey's east after a 15-year Kurdish rebellion and ensuing government crackdown that resulted in 37,000 dead and the displacement of millions.
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Kurds protest lack of relief, end of quake victim search
May 3, 2003
BY SELCAN HACAOGLU
BINGOL, Turkey--Police fired warning shots Friday as angry Kurds stoned official vehicles to protest a shortage of earthquake relief supplies while searchers pressed the hunt for children still buried in a collapsed dormitory.
One boy was pulled alive from the rubble Friday morning, 30 hours after the quake, but funerals began for dozens of youngsters found dead.
With no further signs of life evident in the four-story building's debris, searchers began using cranes and heavy equipment despite protests from parents.
''God took him, why are you cutting him into pieces?'' screamed Fethi Ketenalp, the father of a missing 14-year-old who threw himself in front of a crane.
Although sniffer dogs and electronic listening equipment had not located any survivors since morning, searchers said they still harbored hope. People can live for several days trapped under debris.
''This is still a search and rescue operation,'' insisted Ahmet Aydin, in charge of the emergency center at the site in Celtiksuyu, a village outside Bingol.
By Friday evening, 32 students were listed as missing, after 117 had been rescued and 49 found dead, officials said. Overall, the confirmed death toll from Thursday's quake rose to 127.
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... unprecedented proportions. Earthquake activity is on a rise and will peak at year-end; the earth's crust is shifting ominously.
1999 SOLAR ECLIPSE - THE FINAL QUEST FOR THE HOLY GRAIL - NOTES
... During a little league game, an earthquake splits the playing field open and a kid falls into the crack. ...
WARNING - BEING SELF SUFFICENT
RECOVERY YELLOW PAGES. SURVIVAL. USGS EARTHQUAKE BULLETINS. LIVE: Signs of things to come :MUST READ! ...
QUAKE EVENT TO COME IN OHIO - 1999
... EARTHQUAKES IN OHIO - MAP. OHIO EARTHQUAKE HISTORY. LARGEST QUAKE IN OHIO - 5.4. US QUAKES OVER 2.0 WITHIN PAST TWO WEEKS. EARTHQUAKE AND SEISMIC RISK IN OHIO. ...
THE AGE OF THE KALI YUGA
... Sixth seal (verses 12-14): an earthquake and heavenly signs (compare Matthew 24:7; Luke 21:11). What is unique about the seventh seal? ...
ASTROLIGICAL CHART FOR AUG. 11, 1999 - PLYMOUTH, ENGLAND
... an increase in the number of earthquakes which wold accompany a rare alignment of planets in 1982, and there was indeed unprecedented earthquake activity at ...
List of Recent Earthquakes for Yuma, Arizona
...Aug. 24, 1999 4.7 magnitude earthquake rattles Yuma area By MICHELE COHEN A 4.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred this morning near the Gulf of California was felt ...
The Great Shift 2001
... http://www.greatdreams.com/streams.htm. ... Two years after Abdul Latif's visit a great earthquake hit this area, dislodging many of the white casing stones that
PREPARING, SURVIVING & SUSTAINING THE COMING EARTH CHANGES
... be coming to the surface. This is the inner earthquake - the inner earth changes that have not been addressed. That is why there ...
THE FLOOD - AN END TIME PROPHECY
... Amos Nur, chairman of the geophysics department at Stanford University, said the theory of an "earthquake storm" in the Eastern Mediterranean could throw light ...
CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN THE US?
... A man-made or natural catastrophe? An earthquake, panic due to Y2K, a massive poisoning, a panic of such dimensions to cause nationwide panic? ...
POLE SHIFT - CATACLYSMS
... territory. Perhaps the great Taiwan earthquake(s) that defused this face-off were in fact triggered by acts of tectonic warfare? ...
THE HERO GODS DEFEAT EARTHQUAKES
... This legend tells how the two Mayan heroes defeated the earthquake god. All protection against the earthquake god. By reliving the ...
ET Government Considering "Major or Epic Land Shift"
... advent of peace. What we don't want is a repeat of the Northridge earthquake, and / or the Three Mile Island scenario. Phrased in ...
The 7 Sisters of the Pleiades
... In volume 14, Numbers 1 & 2 (combined), on page 50, is a dream that starts with an earthquake. Burning KKK crosses fall on people and pieces of buildings fall. ...
PHILIPPINE QUAKE FORCES CULT OUT OF TUNNELS
... The earthquake-prone Philippines was hit by a quake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale on Sunday. .
THE TUNING AND OUR PART IN IT
7-24-2002. The tuning will come when, and only when, the magnetic field ...
POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS NEAR EARTH OBJECTS COMING TO YOUR ...
... Asteroid impacts are capable of producing tsunamis much larger than that associated with the 1960 earthquake, and may occur anywhere in the oceans. ...
DREAMS OF THE GREAT EARTH CHANGES