Istanbul, Turkey CNN A 3-year-old girl has been rescued alive from a collapsed apartment building in Izmir, Turkey, following Friday's strong earthquake, according to Turkish state news agency Anadolu. More Videos Three-year-old found alive nearly three days after quake The child, identified by authorities as Elif Perincek, was rescued on Monday morning, more than 65 hours after the devastating quake struck. Emergency workers who had worked tirelessly to rescue her applauded as Elif -- wrapped in a foil blanket and covered in dust -- was carried through the wreckage and into an ambulance. Muammer Celik, the firefighter who pulled the girl from the rubble of her home, told CNN that she held tight to his hand until he brought her to safety.
Determined to enjoy longer and healthier lives, two women researched the science to find the key. Here, they share what they discovered. W hen Susan Saunders was 36, her mother was diagnosed with severe dementia. When she was a student, her grandfather died from cancer months after he retired; later, she watched her mother care for her grandmother, who lived with dementia and crippling rheumatoid arthritis for nearly 30 years.
The designers at the time created both Mature and Vice with the image of a "ruthless woman" and a "cruel woman" respectively. Their origin story was mostly based on the notion of Rugal employing secretaries prior to The King of Fighters ' Both women were unavailable during location testing and were likely finished near the end of the game's production schedule. Mature's original outfit consists of a long skirt with a slit aside. The director for KOF XII notes that the costume played a role in highlighting her "legs" which is her charm point along with emphasizing the unique movement of her fighting style.
Victor John Mature January 29, — August 4, was an American stage, film, and television actor who starred most notably in several movies during the s, and was known for his dark hair and smile. His best known film roles include One Million B. He also appeared in many musicals opposite such stars as Rita Hayworth and Betty Grable.