Turkey rescuers say voices are still being heard under the rubble

Search and rescue efforts continue in Kahramanmaras, Turkey on February 13, 2023.

(CNN)Rescue teams in southern Turkey say they are still hearing voices from under the rubble more than a week after a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake, offering a glimmer of hope of finding more survivors.

Live images broadcast on CNN affiliate CNN Turk showed rescuers working in two areas of the Kahramanmaras region, where they were trying to save three sisters believed to be buried under the debris.
In the same region, emergency workers saved a 35-year-old woman who was believed to have been buried for around 205 hours, according to state broadcaster TRT Haber.
    Two brothers -- 17-year-old Muhammed Enes Yeninar and 21-year-old brother Abdulbaki Yennir -- were also pulled from collapsed buildings on Tuesday, the broadcaster also reported. Further east, in the city of Adiyaman, rescuers pulled an 18-year-old boy and a man alive from the rubble, while Ukraine's rescue team pulled a woman alive out of the rubble in the southern province of Hatay, according to CNN Turk.
      The location where Emine Akgul, 26, was rescued from under the rubble in Hatay, southern Turkey, on Tuesday, 201 hours after last week's quake.
      Eight days after the tremor and its violent aftershocks, more than 41,200 people have been confirmed dead across Turkey and Syria, and survival stories are becoming few and far between.
      UNICEF said it fears that even without verified numbers, it is "tragically clear" that the number of children killed following the quake "will continue to grow."
      James Elder, a spokesman for the United Nations children's agency, said 4.6 million children live in the 10 Turkish provinces hit by the disaster, while in Syria, 2.5 million children have been affected.</