A search and rescue doggo was deployed to the site of the Beirut blast in Lebanon weeks after the incident. The dog believes there are still survivors under the rubble.
– A month after the Beirut blast, a detection dog was deployed to the area.
– The dog believes there is a survivor under the rubbles.
– Rescuers used audio detection equipment and…
The dog is a five-year-old sniffer named Flash. Accordingly, the dog detected movement while he and his team were going through the neighborhood where the blast took place. The team then used an audio detection equipment and they found breathing signals as well as a heartbeat. One of the rescuers believes the survivor is a child. However, the rescue operation had to stop because the team could not go through the rubble anymore through digging. They needed heavy machinery to lift the debris to avoid further injury to anyone.
Although the detection equipment is wrong 99 percent of the time, the rescue team does not want to take chances so they are hoping for a miracle once they get the equipment on the site.
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