Ali Uzun / Turkish Ministry of Health via Reuters
Earthquake survivor Semiha Karaduman holds her two-week old baby girl, Azra, at a hospital in Ankara October 26, 2011. Rescuers pulled Azra alive from a collapsed apartment block on Tuesday, two days after the earthquake in southeast Turkey. Semiha and the baby's grandmother were also brought out alive.
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Watch the video below to hear how she managed to save her newborn.
A mother, trapped underneath rubble after the earthquake in Turkey, fights to keep her two-week old baby alive for more than 50 hours. NBC's Michelle Franzen reports.