DEEP cracks penetrated the Turkish highway's asphalt following Monday's (February 6) 7.8 magnitude tremor.
A car, flipped on its side, was seen stuck in one of the cracks.
A senior U.N. aid official said they were hopeful that deliveries of critical cross-border aid from Turkey to northwest Syria could resume on Thursday (February 9), after being paused since a devastating earthquake struck the two countries this week.
The quake toppled thousands of buildings including hospitals, schools and apartment blocks, injured tens of thousands and left countless people homeless.
In Syria, the relief effort is complicated by a conflict that has partitioned the nation and wrecked its infrastructure.
Rescue workers have struggled to reach some of the worst-hit areas, held back by destroyed roads, poor weather and a lack of heavy equipment. Some areas are without fuel and electricity.
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