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25/10/2011 10:36 BST | Updated 25/12/2011 05:12 GMT

'Miracle Baby' Azra Karaduman Found In The Rubble After Turkish Earthquake (Video)

A two-week-old baby girl has been pulled out alive from the rubble of an apartment block that collapsed in the Turkish earthquake.

The baby, who has been named as Azra Karaduman, was rescued along with her mother on Tuesday after hours of heavy digging.

The rescue came nearly 48 hours after the 7.2-magnitude earthquake toppled around 2,000 buildings in eastern Turkey. Azra's grandmother was also pulled from the wreckage, reports said.

Hope of finding any of the three generations alive had been fading in the town of Ercis. The earthquake, which struck on Sunday, has killed at least 370 people and left at least 1,300 people injured.

Seven other people were rescued from the rubble on Tuesday. However, baby Azra's father was still missing.

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