Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya

Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya

Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province. The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.  The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province.  The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.   Cracks and collapses in Eskikoy, a village of 400 with apricot fields (AA) In his interview with Anadolu Agency, Aziz Janbulat said: "We did not know what happened at the moment of the earthquake. We could not go to the other side because there was a crack. There is a two-meter collapse on the southern side of the village."   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) For his part, the 80-year-old Imam Qaya said that cracks with a depth of 8 to 10 meters occurred in some areas of the village.  In turn, Ali Topsho pointed out that they lived moments of terror with a cloud of smoke that occurred as a result of the earthquake.   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) On February 6, two successive earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in southern Turkey and northern Syria, causing great loss of life and property.

The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province. The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.

The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province.

The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.

Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province. The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.  The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province.  The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.   Cracks and collapses in Eskikoy, a village of 400 with apricot fields (AA) In his interview with Anadolu Agency, Aziz Janbulat said: "We did not know what happened at the moment of the earthquake. We could not go to the other side because there was a crack. There is a two-meter collapse on the southern side of the village."   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) For his part, the 80-year-old Imam Qaya said that cracks with a depth of 8 to 10 meters occurred in some areas of the village.  In turn, Ali Topsho pointed out that they lived moments of terror with a cloud of smoke that occurred as a result of the earthquake.   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) On February 6, two successive earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in southern Turkey and northern Syria, causing great loss of life and property.
                   Cracks and collapses in Eskikoy, a village of 400 with apricot fields (AA)

In his interview with Anadolu Agency, Aziz Janbulat said: "We did not know what happened at the moment of the earthquake. We could not go to the other side because there was a crack. There is a two-meter collapse on the southern side of the village."

Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province. The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.  The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province.  The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.   Cracks and collapses in Eskikoy, a village of 400 with apricot fields (AA) In his interview with Anadolu Agency, Aziz Janbulat said: "We did not know what happened at the moment of the earthquake. We could not go to the other side because there was a crack. There is a two-meter collapse on the southern side of the village."   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) For his part, the 80-year-old Imam Qaya said that cracks with a depth of 8 to 10 meters occurred in some areas of the village.  In turn, Ali Topsho pointed out that they lived moments of terror with a cloud of smoke that occurred as a result of the earthquake.   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) On February 6, two successive earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in southern Turkey and northern Syria, causing great loss of life and property.
                                         Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA)

For his part, the 80-year-old Imam Qaya said that cracks with a depth of 8 to 10 meters occurred in some areas of the village.

In turn, Ali Topsho pointed out that they lived moments of terror with a cloud of smoke that occurred as a result of the earthquake.

Photo | Turkey earthquakes cause 10-meter-deep ground faults in Malatya The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province. The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.  The double earthquake in southern Turkey caused cracks with a depth of 2 to 10 meters in the countryside of Doğanşehir district of Malatya Province.  The earthquake caused cracks and collapses near some houses in the village of Eski Koy, which has a population of 400 and includes apricot fields.   Cracks and collapses in Eskikoy, a village of 400 with apricot fields (AA) In his interview with Anadolu Agency, Aziz Janbulat said: "We did not know what happened at the moment of the earthquake. We could not go to the other side because there was a crack. There is a two-meter collapse on the southern side of the village."   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) For his part, the 80-year-old Imam Qaya said that cracks with a depth of 8 to 10 meters occurred in some areas of the village.  In turn, Ali Topsho pointed out that they lived moments of terror with a cloud of smoke that occurred as a result of the earthquake.   Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA) On February 6, two successive earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in southern Turkey and northern Syria, causing great loss of life and property.
                                         Earthquake causes 10-meter faults in Malatya (AA)

On February 6, two successive earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in southern Turkey and northern Syria, causing great loss of life and property.
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