A 14-day-old new born has miraculously survived after being trapped for 46 hours in debris after the 7.2 earthquake hit Turkey Sunday, reported the Reuters.

The Turkish rescue workers pulled the baby, named Azra, after hours of frantic digging. Earlier, a nine-year-old girl was rescued after she had spent over 30 hours under the rubble.

In another report, And Mesut Ozan Yilmaz, 18, was found alive after spending 32 hours under the rubble of a tea house. The lucky teenager walked out miraculously with only few minor scratches. "It was like the judgment day," he said, explaining the horror he had just survived.

On Tuesday, the death toll from the quake stood at 366, with more than 1,300 other injured in the country's east after the massive quake struck the province of Van.

Meanwhile, residents of earthquake-stricken areas of eastern Turkey spent their second night outdoors Monday, in freezing temperatures, after towns were rattled by several aftershocks. The death toll is likely to rise as hundreds of people are still missing.
Most of the casualties were concentrated in the towns of Ercis and Van, with officials still looking for survivors and also confirming the fatalities in the villages.

As family members prepared to bury their loved ones and bid farewell to them, others, who had yet to find those dear to them (or at least their bodies), kept vigil by the mounds of concrete rubble. The shocking reality is that the longer it takes to find additional survivors, the less chance there is of their surviving the ordeal.

Rescue workers carry a 14-day-old newborn baby, which was rescued alive 46 hours after the earthquake, from the rubble of a collapsed building in Ercis on Tuesday.Reuters
A rescue worker carries a boy to an ambulance after his team found him alive in a collapsed building in Ercis on Monday.Reuters
A rescue worker carrying a girl runs to an ambulance after his team found her alive in a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van on Monday.Reuters
Yunus, a 13-year-old earthquake survivor, waits for to be rescued from under a collapsed building by rescue workers in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van on Monday.Reuters
A man carries an injured girl after an earthquake in Tabanli village near the eastern Turkish city of Van on Monday.Reuters
A boy mourns as he stands next to a grave of his relative, killed during an earthquake, in Ercis on Tuesday.Reuters
Women mourn as rescue workers work to save their trapped relatives under debris after an earthquake in Ercis on Monday.Reuters
A man reacts as rescue workers carry out an earthquake victim from a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van on Tuesday.Reuters
A father (centre) reacts as he holds the body of his daughter, killed in an earthquake, before her burial at a cemetery in Ercis on Monday.Reuters
A woman mourns as she sits next to a grave of her relative, killed during an earthquake, in Ercis on Tuesday.Reuters
Survivors mourn over the grave of one of their relatives, killed during the earthquake, in Ercis on Monday.Reuters
Relatives of victims of an earthquake embrace each other in Ercis on Monday.Reuters
Earthquake survivors sit on the debris of a collapsed building in Ercis on Tuesday.Reuters