Rescuers race to find survivors as Morocco quake toll nears 2,700
Rescue teams are searching for survivors in the aftermath of a 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Morocco that has killed almost 2,700 people and devastated villages in the High Atlas Mountains. International teams from Spain, Britain, and Qatar are assisting in the efforts. Many survivors are still without power and phone service, and the full impact of the quake is yet to be determined.
Foreign aid teams join search for quake survivors in Morocco
At least 2,122 people have been killed in the country’s deadliest quake since 1960. Plus, Phoenix breaks its record for number of days above 110FGood morning.Foreign aid and rescue teams have joined the rescue efforts in the destroyed villages in the Atlas mountains of Morocco on Monday, three days after the country’s strongest ever earthquake.Where was the epicenter? Below a cluster of villages 45 miles south of Marrakech. The quake was felt as…
What to know about the Morocco earthquake and the efforts to help
An earthquake has sown destruction and devastation in Morocco, where death and injury counts continue to rise as rescue crews dig out people both alive and dead in villages that were reduced to rubble.
Morocco Earthquake: Death Count Rises To Nearly 2,900, Over 2,500 Injured
At least 2,862 people were killed in the strongest-ever earthquake to hit Morocco, the interior ministry said on Monday, revising an earlier toll of nearly 2,700 dead. Another 2,562 people were injured, the ministry said, with rescue workers now facing a race against time to find survivors.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)
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