A large fire that broke out at a section of a port after a deadly earthquake in southeast Turkey is raging for the 2nd day.
Tuesday showed thick black smoke rising from burning containers at Iskenderun Port on the Mediterranean Sea.
A frantic race was underway on Tuesday to find more survivors and help the injured.
The death toll from the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria the previous day reached 4,600.
The toll is likely to climb as freezing weather and multiple aftershocks are hurting the rescue efforts.
The fire was caused by containers that toppled over during the powerful earthquake.
Search teams and aid poured into Turkey and Syria on Tuesday as rescuers working in freezing temperatures.