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Turkey-Syria Earthquake: Cemetery filled with graves, 5 thousand people buried in a single city, people were seen crying, you will cry after seeing the pictures 

Turkey-Syria Earthquake Photos: More than 33 thousand people have died so far due to the severe earthquake in Turkey and Syria last Monday. In the city of Kahramanmaras in southeast Turkey, the work of burying earthquake victims is going on fast. About 5,000 earthquake victims from a single city are buried here. Temporary tents have been set up along the cremation ground so that bodies can be cleaned before being taken to freshly dug graves. According to the Telegraph report, a large number of people are engaged in prayer to bury the dead. Here people were seen screaming and crying seeing their loved ones dead.

On February 6, 2023, Turkey-Syria Earthquake caused severe devastation in Turkey and Syria. So far more than 33 thousand deaths have taken place. This picture is of the cemetery of Kahramanmaras city. (Photo: Ozan Kose/AFP)

The dead bodies of the people killed in the earthquake are being brought to the cemetery in cars and vans. The services here are working continuously. The vans carrying the dead bodies are very busy because thousands of people have lost their lives. White temporary tents have been set up at the edge of Kahramanmaras Cemetery to allow the cleaning of bodies before burial in several excavated graves. (Photo: Ozan Kose/AFP)

The personnel leading the burial operation say that the number of dead bodies is continuously increasing here. In Kaheramanmaras, debris from buildings is lying all over the roads, from which buried bodies of people are still being pulled out. A rescue operation is going on, and many people were safely evacuated alive. (Photo: Ozan Kose/AFP)

Rescuers are pulling people alive from the debris even after more than 100 hours. Many videos of rescue are also going viral on social media. The policemen present in the cemetery say that it is likely to double from the figures mentioned. (Photo: AFP/Getty)

Thousands of buildings have been heavily damaged by the Turkey-Syria earthquake. The casualties are expected to rise further as rescuers are still searching the affected areas for people trapped under the debris. (Photo: Anadolu Agency)


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