Good News: 2-month-old Turkey quake survivo's mother found
New Delhi : Turkey recently had to face a natural calamity of 7.8 magnitude earthquake. The heart wrenching visuals from the incident had shown how several people were dislocated from their homes and were struggling to find a sustainable life. Among those there was a video of 2-month-old baby who had survived the earthquake. The "hero" toddler was pulled out from under the table after 128 hours of the disaster. His mother was earlier reported dead. And now, in a good news, the Ukrainian minister Anton Gerashchenko has claimed in a tweet that his mother is alive and has been found.
"You probably remember this picture of the baby who spent 128 hours under rubble after an earthquake in Turkey. It was reported that the baby's mom died.
"Turns out, the mom is alive! She was treated in a different hospital. After 54 days apart and a DNA test, they are together again," the minister wrote in his tweet.
Meanwhile, netizens are more than happy on social media and calling it a miracle.
Several people were seen writing comments in which they claimed faith in humanity and also thank God for finding the mother alive, which could now change the future of the baby.
In the disastrous event, more than 30,000 people were died and over 6000 buildings were destroyed. The event has been marked as the world's 7th deadliest natural disaster in this century.
The quake was so powerful that it was also felt in the neighbouring Syria and aftershocks caused widespread damage in both the nations. More than 3500 people were reported dead in Syria also.