Something like 1,000 individuals killed by an extent 5.9 quake in remote, avalanche inclined locales of eastern Afghanistan.
An absence of legitimate streets hampered their endeavors, authorities said.
"We can't arrive at the area, the organizations are excessively frail, we attempting to get refreshes,"
Mohammad Ismail Muawiyah, a representative for the top Taliban military leader in hardest-hit Paktika region.
Told Reuters news office on Thursday, alluding to phone organizations.
Survivors dug by hand through towns decreased to rubble by a greatness 5.9 quake that struck
The beginning Wednesday around 160km (100 miles) southeast of Kabul.
In parched mountains specked with little settlements close to the line with Pakistan.
The shudder was Afghanistan's deadliest in 20 years, and authorities said the cost could rise.
An expected 1,500 others were accounted for harmed.