The consequences of the earthquake in Turkey: a 3 km long fault formed on the ground

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 Earthquake aftermath in Turkey: a 3 km long fault formed on the ground< /p>

After a powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.8 that occurred in Turkey on February 6, a multi-kilometer crack formed in the southeastern part of the country Kahramanmarash, Turkish news channel TRT Haber reported.

A crack in the earth's crust stretched for three kilometers, touching the settlement of Tevekkelli.

Terrifying footage was filmed using a drone.

Earthquake in Turkey, which occurred on the morning of 6 February, caused the lithospheric plates to move a distance that, under normal conditions, they cover in 50 years.
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