scars of the earthquake have not healed, and the border between Turkiyeh and Syria has once again shaken significantly. A magnitude 20.6 earthquake struck last night (3th), causing weakened buildings to collapse and casualties to increase.

First of all, I'm Jihyun Cho.

This is what it looked like during the earthquake captured by
the car's dashcam.

Suddenly, the street lights go out all at once, and the ground shook wildly.

At 8:4 p.m. local time last night, a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck the Turkiye-Syrian border.

Near the epicenter of the first 2.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred two weeks ago, near Antakya, Turkiye Hatai Province.

Again, the epicenter of this earthquake was about 8 km deep, not far from the surface.

[Aslan Garakoglu/Turkiye resident: I thought the ground was being torn apart, the ground was shaking and I was so scared.]

This was followed by a magnitude of 10.5 and more than 8 aftershocks overnight.

The quake killed at least 30 people and injured nearly 11 in Turkiyeh and Syria.

In some cases, people have been buried as buildings weakened by the earthquake have collapsed, and search operations are ongoing.

Residents were prevented from entering the building and had to panic in the streets all night.

[Inhabitants of Ayse ildirim/Turkiye: Just like the last earthquake, I'm scared and anxious. I can't go inside. I don't know what to do.]

The quake also caused power outages in many places, cut off telephones and internet, and partially collapsed highways.

The U.S. Geological Survey predicts the quake could cause an additional thousand deaths.

(Video Editor: Cho Moo-hwan, CG: Eom So-min)

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