Two sniffer dogs of India have done a wonderful job of saving the life of a six-year-old girl. Amidst the devastation caused by the earthquake in Turkey, soldiers from many countries of the world are engaged in relief and rescue work in Turkey and Syria. NDRF team is also engaged in relief and rescue operations from the Indian side. Sniffer dogs have also been sent to Turkey along with this team. Two of these sniffer dogs have saved the life of a six-year-old girl buried under the debris. For which both these dogs are being praised a lot.
the full sequence is as follows
A team of NDRF is engaged in relief and rescue work in Noordagi area of Turkey. Meanwhile, NDRF’s sniffer dog Julie started barking at one place in the debris. NDRF personnel understood that Julie had found traces of a living person in the debris. After this another dog Romeo was also sent there and he also started barking. After this, the NDRF jawans came to know that a living person was trapped in the debris. After this, the jawans started removing debris carefully at the same place, then a six-year-old girl was found alive from there. The girl has been identified as six-year-old Beren. At present, the girl has been admitted to the hospital, where she is undergoing treatment.
dog squad helping
The Labradors left for Turkey on Tuesday (February 7) with two separate NDRF teams. They were deployed under the Operation Dost initiative of the Government of India to provide aid and relief material to the earthquake-ravaged country.
Here the NDRF team is helping in pulling people out of the debris and taking the injured to the hospital. NDRF Director General Atul Karwal said that the dog squad is helping local authorities in Turkey in rescue and relief operations as per the requirement.
India sent 7th aircraft last Saturday
The 7th aircraft carrying relief material has also left for Turkey and Syria from Hindon Airport in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. In this flight, there are essential things like life-saving medicines, field hospital, blankets and sleeping mats for the earthquake victims. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar himself has informed about the departure of the seventh flight.