HK rescue team saves another survivor trapped under debris in quake-hit Turkey

The Hong Kong rescue team saved another survivor today in Turkey, bringing its rescues to 4 in total.

The survivor was found under the debris of a building in the noon time of the quake-hit Turkish city Antakya.

It was the sixth day of the 59-member rescue team arriving in Turkey since last Wednesday to assist with rescue work after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake jolted the country on February 6.

In a video press briefing yesterday, the Commander of the search and rescue team Yiu Men-yeung said the team has no plans to withdraw from their search and rescue mission as they vow to save as many lives as possible.