Rescuers found a newborn baby under the rubble hours after the big earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
Rescuers said her mother gave birth shortly after the disaster before losing her life.
When the rescue team found her, she was still connected to her mother’s fetus by the umbilical cord.
“The baby was apparently born a few hours after the earthquake,” doctors also said. They said the girl weighed 3.175 kg and was not born prematurely, but just in time.
All of humanity deplored this catastrophe unleashed in two countries and rejoiced when living people were found under the ruins.
And this little girl discovered under the rubble of the building in the town of Jindayris in northwestern Syria, before being named, was called Miracle.
The heartbreaking video of the rescue shared on social media went viral and thousands of people offered to accept the baby into their loving homes.
The little girl lost her entire family. The bodies of family members were found by rescuers: those of his father, mother, brother, three sisters and aunt.
The little one was transported to the hospital in the city of Afrin and Doctor Marouf took care of her.
Many people contacted the hospital director every day offering to adopt the little girl.
She spent ten days in a maternity incubator.
Social media reported that the girl was taken in by a great-uncle’s family and given her mother’s first name Aphra.