Nearly five days after the 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Turkey, rescuers pulled a 13-year-old boy from the debris.
Ferhat Tokay was trapped inside a shoe shop where he worked, his uncle Serhat Tokay told NTV television on Friday.
Tokay added that his nephew, who used shoes as a pillow to sleep, survived the ordeal without "even a scratch."
A few hours earlier, rescuers freed an 18-year-old man as onlookers cheered.
The official death toll Friday morning stood at 570, with some 2,555 injured and more than 187 rescued alive from collapsed buildings.
The number of homeless has yet to be tallied. Rescue workers and the thousands of homeless survivors are dealing with winter rains and cold temperatures.
Operation Blessing International and the Humedica medical team, which set up a field hospital in an area gymnasium in Ecris, are working with the Turkish government to treat survivors.
They are providing bottled water, ready-to-eat meals, diaper kits, and other necessities.