I heard you found it?… Achu, who was said to have been rescued, is still missing

 Christian Achu (Hataispor), who was known to have been rescued, is missing again.

On the 7th (Korean time), Achu’s agent, Nana Setsere, said on her SNS that she had not yet confirmed where her player was. 

“The club told us yesterday that Ahchu was rescued alive, but we have yet to confirm where he is,” said Szechere. I am doing my best,” he said. 

He continued, “An official update will be provided as more information comes in. Please respect the privacy of the family during this frightening time and gather news that will help us in our efforts to find Achu.” 

The British media Daily Mail also reported this news and reported, “The Hatayspor club could not find him at the hospital where Achu was known to have been transferred. The team’s doctor could not find him, so his whereabouts were unknown.” 바카라

Hatayspor spokesman Mustafa Ojat appeared on Turkiye radio ‘Radio Goal’ at 3:30 pm on the 7th and said that Christian Achu was rescued alive from the debris. 

“Atsu was found injured and rescued,” Oesat said. Hatay was shocked. We will find it until the end of the most dangerous moment. 

” The British media Guardian also said, “Arts was safely rescued from the rubble of a building. He suffered an injury to his right foot and difficulty breathing, but after being transferred to the hospital, he is receiving recovery treatment.”

After a 7.8-magnitude earthquake occurred at 17.9 km underground, about 33 km inland from Gaziantep in the south of Turkiye on the 6th, another 7.5 magnitude aftershock occurred nine hours later at a point 59 km northeast of Kahramanmaras. 

Due to two strong earthquakes and about 80 aftershocks, the number of deaths in Turkey and Syria exceeded 4,000 in one day, and the number of deaths is rapidly increasing. 

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Turkiye visited Kahramanmaras, one of the areas most affected by the earthquake, on the 8th and announced that 9,057 people died from the earthquake and 52,979 people were injured. 

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