Press reports described the actions that took place when Turkish player Hatayspor, a Ghanaian named Christian Atsu, was rescued from the ruins.
Christian Atsu was discovered alive beneath the debris, according to the English daily “The Sun,” which noted that he was residing on the ninth floor and that his home had fallen as a result of the earthquake that hit Turkey, after hearing his cries for assistance.
The sports director of Hatay Sport, Taner Savut, was also mentioned in the press as having been audible beneath the debris, but he has not yet been located.
Atsu was pulled from the debris during the recent hours, according to the Turkish club Hatayspor, and sent to the hospital because he was having trouble breathing.
Atsu formerly played for Porto, Chelsea, Everton, Bournemouth, and Newcastle United before joining Hatayspor at the start of the current season from Al-Raed in Saudi Arabia.
With the Ghanaian national team, Atsu has played in 60 international games and scored 10 goals. He played for the Black Stars in the 2014 World Cup, and they placed second in the 2015 African Cup of Nations.