An earthquake with a 5.6 magnitude shook eastern province of Bingöl on June 15, hours after a 5.7 one hit the city.
The second earthquake's epicenter is the same as the day before, the Karlıova district, officials said.
The quake struck at 9:51 a.m.
On June 14, the quake hit at 5:24 p.m., killing one person and injuring nine others. Dozens of buildings were damaged, Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate (AFAD) said.
It said two security guards at a Turkish military installation in the region were injured when an observation tower collapsed. One of them later died, the Bingöl governor's office said on Twitter.
Saat 22:00— T.C. Bingöl Valiliği #EvdeKal? (@bingolvaliligi) June 14, 2020
Karlıova / Kaynarpınar Depremi sonrasında 1 Güvenlik Korucumuz şehit oldu;
1 vatandaşımız Erzurum’a sevk edildi; 2 vatandaşımız tedavileri sonrasında taburcu edilirken 6 vatandaşımız da Bingöl Devlet Hastanesinde tedavi görmektedir.
Eighteen more people were injured in various villages in the area, including one child hurt when a roof collapsed, AFAD said.
It said 550 tents were sent to the region, along with emergency aid teams and an ambulance helicopter.
Turkey is criss-crossed with faultlines and frequently suffers earthquakes. A large earthquake with a 7.4 magnitude killed about 18,000 people in August 1999.