A WOMAN is miraculously pulled alive from the rubble after being buried in the ruins of a skyscraper for 296 hours.
A couple and their young son also survived 12 days and were rescued at the scene in Antakya, Turkey.
The parents have been identified as Syrian Samir Muhammed Accar (49) and his wife Ragda (40), who fled the civil war in their homeland.
Tragically, her 12-year-old boy died of dehydration shortly after he was admitted to the hospital.
He had spent the whole time without food and water.
Footage of the rescue showed teams carrying the parents on stretchers to a waiting ambulance.
Next to them, medics were seen treating a child.
Rescue worker Atay Osmanov said they frantically began digging after hearing screams from behind shattered masonry in the southern city of Antakya.
A worker called down, “Take a deep breath if you can hear my voice.”
Several international rescue groups have already evacuated Turkey’s vast earthquake zone as hope for survivors has dwindled.
RESCUED FATHER MEETS DEAD
QUAKE survivor Mustafa Avci meets his new daughter for the first time as he recovers in hospital after being pulled from the rubble after 261 hours.
Mrs Bilge, 33, gave birth to Almile when the February 6 quake struck.
Meanwhile, firefighter Ali Cakas, 33, named the cat he rescued Enkaz – Rubble – “because we got her from hell” in Gaziantep, Turkey.
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