More than a week after the earthquake in Turkey, two people were saved by a team of British firefighters.
After a 25-hour rescue operation in Hatay, the two were saved by members of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service (HIWFRS).
77 firefighters from the UK are helping with the search and rescue effort, along with the nine-person team.
The rescue phase is "coming to a close," according to the UN.
After hearing a woman's voice in a collapsed building in the province, close to the Syrian border, UK International Search and Rescue (UK ISAR) video showed the team tunneling for 19 hours.
Nearly 40,000 people in the two countries are known to have perished as a result of the quakes.
Rescuer Steve Hartley was one of those present: "One of the team members actually made contact with the casualty by reaching through some rubble, holding her hand, and passing her water.
"It took us another six hours to make the void big enough, and the other team members were there to support me as I dragged her the first six feet. ".
A man was also extricated from the wreckage after the woman was saved.
The Wiltshire-based charity Serve On is collaborating with search and rescue specialists from all over Europe in the predominantly Kurdish city of Adiyaman in the south-east.
The non-profit organization has established a temporary base on a college campus.
The death toll is high and rising, according to volunteer Dan Cooke. These situations where people have survived are not present in the majority of jobs.
"Even if it's just sadly confirming there's still a lot of loss and tragedy, it's still our duty to keep moving through that space. ".
As authorities concentrate on giving survivors shelter, food, and medical care, the UN has declared that the operation's search and rescue phase is "coming to a close."