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Miracle after 128-hour— two-month-old baby rescued people applaud with joy




There are some happy and hopeful times in Turkey despite the tragedy and melancholy. One such instance included the discovery of a 2-month-old infant who had been buried under debris for 128 hours and was still alive. The baby, astonishingly, had not been hurt.

the expression of desolation, hunger, thirst, and cold.Following the earthquake in Turkey, a 2-month-old infant with tearful blue-colored eyes is rescued from the wreckage of a house after 128 hours of agony while trapped beneath the debris. A miracle in the earthquake’s anguish.

On social media, a video of a 2-month-old infant is gaining popularity. This baby was buried beneath the wreckage of their Hatay, Turkey, home, leaving people in awe of the wonders of nature. The infant, who was only two months old, spent 128 hours below the ground. But the infant was discovered unharmed and breathing.

The baby is seen being held in a man’s arms and latching on his finger in the widely shared video on social media. Many have expressed amazement at the unexpected sight.

Here’s What Kristin Juszczyk Wrote On Instagram After That

Pop superstar Taylor Swift is shaking off the subzero temperatures at Arrowhead Stadium.

Swift arrived to the Kansas City Chiefs wild-card pIayoff Game against the Miami Dolphins sporting a custom puffer jacket featuring the name and No. 87 number of Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, Swift’s beau.

The red-and-yellow jacket was created by Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of San Francisco 49ers All-Pro fullback Kyle Juszczyk.

An honor of a Iifetime! Kristin Juszczyk wrote on Instagram. “Thank you @taylorswift.”

Kristin Juszczyk transformed Kelce’s Football jersey into the puffer coat, featuring No. 87 front and center, in addition to his number and Iast name on her sleeve. Swift paired the jacket with an all-black ensemble and white beanie, all the better to brave the minus-4 temperature in Kansas City, Missouri.