Two-week old premature baby pulled from earthquake rubble alive

Ercis, Turkey - A small baby was rescued alive from the rubble Tuesday in eastern Turkey, two days after a devastating earthquake toppled buildings in the region.

Tiny Azra Karaduman was carried by rescuers to a vehicle that took her to the hospital. They were holding a mask over her mouth to help give her oxygen.

Later, rescuers pulled the girl's mother alive from the rubble as well.

They then pulled the girl's paternal grandmother. It was not immediately clear whether she was alive. She was carried to a vehicle on a stretcher.

The 2-week-old girl's father remains trapped somewhere under the rubble of the multi-story building, officials said.

Azra's maternal grandmother said the baby was born three weeks premature.


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