Ex-Chelsea player Christian Atsu trapped in rubble from Turkey Earthquake [video]

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Former Chelsea football player Christian Atsu, has been trapped under rubble following a massive earthquake which hit Turkey earlier today.

The player was reportedly on the 9th floor of the collapsed building with 9 other players and 2 officials. 3 players and one official have been rescued.

Officials of the club are at the site as search continues.

The former Newcastle star was caught in the 7.7 magnitude earthquake whuch rocked the southern Turkish city of Gaziantep on Monday.


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About 2,300 people have been killed with dozens of buildings destroyed.

Watch video below

 


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