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The dome of the mosque collapses during construction in Turkey, where an engineer gets stuck under the wreck

Extraordinary scenes as the dome of a mosque collapses during construction in Turkey, where an engineer gets stuck under the wreckage while hundreds support the rescue

  • Korkut Kucukcan was caught after the wooden structure collapsed at 3 p.m. yesterday
  • A total of 250 people gathered in the hunt for the married father of two who were buried in ruins
  • The search and rescue efforts are underway with the support of dogs, thermal imaging cameras & drones

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The dome of a mosque collapsed during construction in Turkey and has held a civil engineer under the wreck for 24 hours.

Search and rescue teams are desperately searching for Korkut Kucukcan after the structural framework of the Akkent mosque has collapsed.

The religious building is located in the Sahinbey district of Gaziantep in the south of the country.

The dome of a mosque collapsed during its construction in Turkey and has held a civil engineer under the wreck for 24 hours

The dome of a mosque collapsed during its construction in Turkey and has held a civil engineer under the wreck for 24 hours

Search and rescue teams are desperately searching for Korkut Kucukcan after the structural framework of the Akkent mosque has collapsed

Search and rescue teams are desperately searching for Korkut Kucukcan after the structural framework of the Akkent mosque has collapsed

Search and rescue teams are desperately searching for Korkut Kucukcan after the structural framework of the Akkent mosque has collapsed

The wooden pier collapsed at 3 p.m. local time yesterday and rescuers have been looking for the worker all night.

A total of 250 people gathered in the hunt for the married father of two Kucukcan.

The locals immediately informed the authorities about the collapse after the incident.

The religious building that is currently under construction is located in the Sahinbey district of Gaziantep in the south of the country

The religious building that is currently under construction is located in the Sahinbey district of Gaziantep in the south of the country

The religious building that is currently under construction is located in the Sahinbey district of Gaziantep in the south of the country

The wooden pier collapsed at 3 p.m. local time yesterday and rescuers have been looking for the worker all night

The wooden pier collapsed at 3 p.m. local time yesterday and rescuers have been looking for the worker all night

The wooden pier collapsed at 3 p.m. local time yesterday and rescuers have been looking for the worker all night

A total of 250 people came together to hunt for the married father of two Kucukcan who are civil engineers on the project

A total of 250 people came together to hunt for the married father of two Kucukcan who are civil engineers on the project

A total of 250 people came together to hunt for the married father of two Kucukcan who are civil engineers on the project

The Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, police and rescue teams rushed to the wreck site.

Rescue efforts are relatively slow because the site still presents a danger to people looking for it.

The search and rescue efforts have been going on for more than 24 hours with the support of dogs, thermal imaging cameras & drones.

The Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, police and rescue teams rushed to the wreck site

The Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, police and rescue teams rushed to the wreck site

The Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, police and rescue teams rushed to the wreck site

The search and rescue efforts have been going on for more than 24 hours with the support of dogs, thermal imaging cameras & drones

The search and rescue efforts have been going on for more than 24 hours with the support of dogs, thermal imaging cameras & drones

The search and rescue efforts have been going on for more than 24 hours with the support of dogs, thermal imaging cameras & drones

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