Rescues continue across the 10 provinces of Turkey impacted by Monday’s deadly earthquake.
Three girls between the ages of 5 and 10 were found alive under the debris during a search-and-rescue operation in Kahramanmaras on Thursday, according to CNN affiliate CNN Turk.
One of the girls was pulled from beneath the rubble in the 89th hour since the earthquake struck, CNN Turk reported.
The girl only appeared to have light scratches, the CNN Turk reporter said, describing the operation as a “miracle rescue operation.”
The other two girls are in communication with the search-and-rescue team but are still trapped, as efforts to pull them free continue, according to CNN Turk.
In Adiyaman, a 17-year-old girl, Gulsum Yesilkaya, was saved Thursday after a 27-hour rescue operation, according to CNN Turk. She was taken directly to the ambulance, CNN Turk reported.
Yigit Akar, 23, was also rescued on Thursday, according to Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency. He was trapped underneath the rubble of a building in Gaziantep’s Islahiye district in the Camlica neighborhood, Anadolu reported.