Two children and two adults were rescued alive Monday from underneath a collapsed building in Turkey after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake shook the country yesterday.

The survivors were rescued after one of them called a police emergency line on his phone and described his location, reports the Associated Press.

In images broadcasted on TV, a man is pulled out from the rubble and breaks into tears and a toddler is see being carried by a rescue worker as he cries.

As of Monday, the death toll number was of up to 264 people, according to Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin, reports CNN.

On Monday, rescue workers continued searching through piles of rubble to find survivors.