According to the latest earthquakes list published by Boğaziçi University Kandilli Observatory and the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD), a frightening earthquake occurred off the Aegean Sea, while it was noted that the epicenter of the earthquake was İzmir Seferihisar, the shaking was severe in many provinces such as Istanbul, Manisa, Bodrum and Urla. reported to be felt. After the earthquake in Izmir Bayraklı and it was shared that there were destroyed buildings in Manavkuyu.
According to the last minute information provided by AFAD, an earthquake of magnitude 14.51 occurred in İzmir at 7. While it was stated that the epicenter of the earthquake was İzmir Seferihisar, the shaking was felt in many cities such as Istanbul, Manisa, Bodrum and Urla. According to last minute information, it was stated that the epicenter of the earthquake in Izmir was Seferihisar.
Izmir Manavkuyu and BayraklıIt was shared that many buildings had collapsed in According to last minute information, after the earthquake in Izmir, another 4.1-magnitude tremor occurred in the Aegean Sea. The earthquake in Kuşadası was felt also in İzmir.
Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said in a statement he made on his social media account, “So far, İzmir Bornova and Bayraklı6 building demolition reports came in. There were no reports of loss of life in Uşak, Denizli, Manisa, Balikesir, Aydın and Muğla, except for minor cracks. Our teams continue their screening and interventions in the field. Get well soon." used the expression.
Afad: Don't Enter Me
The Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) warned that "damaged buildings in the region should not be entered after an earthquake off the Izmir coast".
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the following statements in his social media account: Let's get past all our citizens who were affected by the earthquake in Izmir. We stand by our citizens who were affected by the earthquake with all the means of our state. We took action to start the necessary work in the region with all our relevant institutions and ministers.