Adana-Ceyhan Türkiye 1998 (KOERI)
The 1998 Adana-Ceyhan earthquake, was an approximately 5.9 (Mw) magnitude earthquake that struck southern Turkey, historically known as Cilicia, on June 27, 1998, at about 16:55 local time. The event killed 145 people and left 1,500 people wounded and many thousands homeless in Adana, Turkey's fifth largest city today, and Ceyhan, the most populous town of the Adana Province, as well as many villages located between both cities along the Ceyhan River. The most casualties and damage occurred due to inadequately engineered buildings in the town of Ceyhan. The total economic loss was estimated with about US$ 1 billion.
A total number of 10905 dwellings are heavy damaged
A total number of 20788 of 72032 dwellings are moderate damaged and the rest is light damaged