Initially, the attacker was listed for rescue and then reported missing again: he was still found, along with hundreds of people, under the rubble of the 12-story home where he was staying in Antioch
Unfortunately, there is no happy ending to the fate of Christian Atsu, the 31-year-old Ghanaian striker from Hatayspor. The former Chelsea, Newcastle and Porto is one of many victims of the tragic earthquake that hit and devastated Turkey and Syria on February 6. “We want Atsu’s picture to be sent to all hospitals and shelters. Maybe he came out of the rubble after the earthquake, maybe he’s in a coma now, unconscious. They might not have recognized him, so if anyone sees him, please contact just want to find him,” were the words of Atsu’s agent, Nana Sechere, who instead would have confirmed the news in these hours. Many messages of condolence on Twitter. According to what has been learned, the body was found in the rubble of the apartment building where he lived in Hatay, southern Turkey.
Initially considered rescued, Atsu was then reported missing again: he was still found along with hundreds of people under the rubble of the 12-story residence where he was staying in Antioch. His wife had made an appeal a few days ago: “They know where the building is and are doing their best to rescue everyone. They know there are still people trapped under the rubble, but the problem is that they don’t have the necessary equipment to get them out. out. So Christian is still missing and we don’t know where he is. The club confirmed he was found and he was alive and taken to hospital, and 11 hours later my kids had to hear it on the radio that they still didn’t know where he was. I know his agent is there and doing his best to find him. Obviously he will bring me the news that I can trust, if he sees him or talks to him. Everything is quite confusing” , says Claire Rupio. Then the call: “I ask the Hatayspor club, the Turkish authorities and the British government to send equipment to extract people from the rubble, such as my partner and father of my children. I am still praying and I believe he is alive . They need the help.” equipment to get them out, they can’t go that deep without the equipment. And time is running out.’
Source: TG 24 Sky
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