In a small Turkish town, where a two-year-old girl Elya lived with her parents and grandmother, a powerful earthquake suddenly occurred. The family was at home and did not expect such strong tremors, which began to destroy houses and buildings around them.
Elya was in the room with her grandmother when the walls began to shake, and things fell to the floor. The grandmother tried to calm her granddaughter but was very frightened herself. They tried to get out of the room, but the door got stuck due to the strong vibrations.
At that time, Elya’s parents were in another part of the house and could not reach their daughter and mother because of the collapsed walls and debris. They tried to break through the rubble, but every second counted, and time was running out.
Little Elya, sensing the danger her family was facing, suddenly noticed a small crack in the wall near the window. Although the girl was still very young, she turned out to be surprisingly determined and brave. Elya began to push her grandmother towards the crack, as if suggesting a way to salvation.
The grandmother, realizing that little Elya was trying to help, found the strength to lift her granddaughter and push her through the crack in the wall. Then the grandmother followed her. Once outside, they saw that the house was already partially destroyed, and Elya’s parents were running to help them.
Thanks to the persistence and determination of little Elya, they were all able to escape the ruined house before it completely collapsed. The family was deeply touched by the bravery of their daughter and granddaughter and understood that without her, the outcome could have been completely different.