A survivor was pulled from the rubble Saturday in Izmir, 33 hours after an earthquake struck the Turkish coastal city.
Teams rescued the 55-year-old from the debris of a collapsed building in the Bayrakli region, where the quake caused the most destruction.
He was taken to hospital.
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca visited the area and conducted a briefing with rescue teams.
Search and rescue activities continue in nine buildings in the coastal Aegean province.
Rescue workers have pulled more than 100 people from the debris.
Thirty-five people were killed and more than 823 injured after the magnitude-6.6 quake jolted Izmir on Friday.
* Writing by Dilan Pamuk
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