Air Force Flying Round The Clock To Bring Survivors To Safe Zones

People injured during the Turkish earthquake being airlifted to other parts of the country where they can be more properly looked after.

The Turkish Air Force has been working round the clock to fly and aid supplies and fly out the survivors to hospitals elsewhere. They have also been taking people who have lost their homes to other regions where they can be temporarily accommodated.

This video showing a Turkish Air Force plane arriving in the capital Ankara bringing people who survived the earthquake from the south-eastern city of Adıyaman on 8 February.