Ankara, Turkey – Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) announced that the cash aid sent to the region after the 6.6 magnitude earthquake in Izmir reached 37 million lira.
The Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) reported that the cash aid sent to the region reached 37 million liras after the 6.6 magnitude earthquake that took place off Seferihisar off Izmir on 30 October.
In the post made on AFAD’s Twitter account, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Services, the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, the General Staff, General Directorate of Security, under the coordination of AFAD after the earthquake in İzmir, Information was given about the personnel and aid delivered to the region with the support of the Gendarmerie General Command, Turkish Red Crescent, municipalities and other non-governmental organizations.
In the statement, as of November 8, 37 million lira cash aid, 7 thousand 128 personnel, 933 vehicles, 2 thousand 743 tents, 11 thousand 50 beds, 19 thousand 68 blankets, 11 thousand 548 sleeping sets, 1023 heaters, 507 thousand 745 meals It was stated that 357 thousand 374 treats and beverages were sent.
As the wounds of the earthquake in Izmir heal, bitter news continues to come, as well as aftershocks. According to the latest AFAD statement, the number of casualties was 115.
A total of 2,846 aftershocks occurred on Friday, including 46 aftershocks with a magnitude of 4, after a 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck off Seferihisar in the Aegean Sea at 14.51 am.
According to Sakom, 115 of our citizens have died. Of our 1,034 injured citizens, 1011 have been discharged and 23 of our citizens are being treated.
The search and rescue efforts carried out in Izmir have been completed and the debris removal works are continuing meticulously.
An earthquake of 6.6 magnitude occurred in the Aegean Sea, the epicenter of which was off the coast of Izmir’s Seferihisar district. The earthquake was also felt in many provinces, especially in Istanbul. Some houses were destroyed, while several buildings were also damaged. According to the latest information released by AFAD, 115 people were killed and more than a thousand were injured.