‘Missing in the earthquake’ Former Chelsea and Newcastle FW, transferred to hospital after rescue → recovery treatment ‘Thank you very much’

It is known that Ghanaian striker Christian Arts, who was uncertain whether he was alive or dead due to the Turkiye earthquake, was safely rescued.

According to various foreign media reports, including the British Guardian on the 7th (Korean time), Arts was rescued from a 9-story building and transferred to the hospital, and is currently undergoing recovery treatment. 먹튀검증

On the 6th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in southeast Turkey, Syria. Thousands of people died as a result of this earthquake. The Turkiye League announced the suspension of all sports leagues, and the government quickly took action.

Sad news was also delivered. It was news that former Chelsea and Newcastle United striker Art, who plays for Turkiye Hatayspor, has gone missing.

Many people could not hide their sadness at the news of the disappearance of Artz, who even scored a goal in the game against Casimpasa the previous day. A total of nine people, including Arts, as well as his teammates and staff, lost contact, and the former team, Newcastle, posted a message on social media hoping for a safe return.

Fortunately, he was rescued safely by the rescue team, and it is known that his life is not affected.

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

Meanwhile, the number of deaths reported so far on the 7th increased to 3,672. The number of injured exceeded 16,000.

UN Secretary-General António Guterres said, “I expect the international community to help thousands of families affected by this disaster.

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