Once a happy haven for families, this Turkish street is full of shocked, homeless people desperately searching for relatives missing in the deadly earthquake.
The Turkish street that lies in ruins after the quake
Street number 21 in Hatay, Turkey was a happy home for dozens of families on Sunday.
By Monday, there was hardly anything left of it.
Turkey’s deadliest earthquake since 1999 left the street in ruins and its surviving residents homeless, desperately seeking missing relatives and in shock as they processed what had happened.
Rescue workers have struggled to reach some of the worst-hit areas, held back by destroyed roads, poor weather and a lack of resources and heavy equipment.