In the port city of Iskenderun in Turkey, which has been hit by devastating earthquakes, a tidal wave has begun to rise due to rising sea levels. 

This is reported by the Turkish mass media, and a video of a new natural disaster is being shared on social networks.

Sea water flooded the coast, spilling over 200 meters.

Residents of surviving buildings and office workers had to be evacuated.

In İskenderun, the sea level rises, many points are bastı.

#hatay #iskenderun #Turkey #deprem #earthquake #earthquakeinturkey

— Hava Forum (@HavaForum) February 7, 2023


Hatay İskenderun's sea level is rising.


Olağanüstü Hal Katar Malatya'da Adıyaman Merkez #deprem #TurkeyQuake #acil #afad #hatayyardimbekliyor #adana #hatay #iskenderun

— Mustii (@musti_okycu) February 7, 2023

Local authorities urge residents not to enter damaged houses and not to approach the coastal zone.

People remain in parks and closed street markets after the disaster.

The day before, a large fire broke out in the port of this city, which suffered numerous structural damages.

RAGING FLAMES: Drone footage shows thick smoke coming from burning containers at Iskenderun port in Turkey.

Turkish authorities said the port had been damaged due to major earthquakes that have killed thousands in Turkey and Syria.

— ABC News (@ABC) February 7, 2023

A huge cloud of black smoke rose from several scattered containers engulfed in flames.

We will remind, as of the morning of February 8, the number of victims of the large-scale earthquake in Turkey and Syria was about 8,704 people.

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