Nightly News   |  October 26, 2011

Teacher saved from earthquake rubble in Turkey

Three days after Sunday’s earthquake in Turkey that killed at least 461 people, workers rescued a 27-year-old teacher.

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BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: Now we turn to Turkey and an update on that two-week-old girl named Azra who was rescued yesterday along with her mother from the rubble of the weekend earthquake. We're told both are still in the hospital and are doing well. The search, however, continues for the father. And there have been more stunning rescues today, three days now after the quake hit, including a 27-year-old teacher pried from the rubble as her mother watched. The death toll now officially stands close to 500 people.

BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: We have an NBC News exclusive tonight about a frightening