[Updated at 11:40 a.m. ET] A 2-week-old baby and her mother were rescued alive from the rubble of an apartment building in eastern Turkey, two days after an earthquake in the region toppled buildings and killed more than 400 people.
Rescuers also pulled the baby's paternal grandmother from the rubble, but it was not immediately clear whether she was alive. She was carried to a vehicle on a stretcher.
Dramatic video showed tiny Azra Karaduman being carried by rescuers to a vehicle that would take her to the hospital. They were holding a mask over her mouth to help give her oxygen.
The girl's father remains trapped somewhere under the rubble of the multi-story building, officials said.
[Initial post, 7:29 a.m. ET] A 2-week-old baby was pulled alive from the rubble of an apartment building Tuesday in eastern Turkey, two days after a devastating earthquake.
Dramatic video showed rescuers carrying the small baby to a vehicle. A rescue operation is under way to reach the girl's mother and grandmother, officials said. They are being provided with oxygen until rescuers can get to them.
The child's father is under the rubble somewhere as well, officials said. A relative said the baby was born three weeks prematurely.