Byline: James Helicke # in Turkey
RESCUE teams were feverishly clawing their way through the ruins of a boarding school's dormitory last night, hunting for dozens of children trapped after a pre-dawn earthquake in eastern Turkey.
The children's screams could be heard rising from under the wreckage of what was a co-educational school for the children of poor Kurds.
The quake killed up to 150 people and injured 1,000 in the region.
More than 70 children were pulled from the debris of the school during the day.
Relatives rushed toward soldiers every time a rescued child was carried out on a stretcher to check if their children had been …