On Wednesday night a Chilean rescue dog gave the Lebanese something they hadn’t felt in a long time — hope. A team of Chilean rescuers were walking between the gravely damaged residential districts of Gemmayze and Mar Mikhael when Flash — trained to find bodies — gave a sign that there was a person inside. Detector equipment indicated that there was a small body still breathing and with a pulse.
🇱🇧🇨🇱Flash the Chilean rescue dog— IvanDebs (@DebsIvan) September 4, 2020
1 month after the Beirut Explosion,
In Lebanon, this rescue dog on the field with a team from Chile, felt the heartbeat of a victim under the ruins.
We have lot to learn from him, and from the heart 🙏❤️ #lebanon #chile pic.twitter.com/6eOuuV9F66
I took this video the day after the #BeirutExplosion This is the Bldg where Chilean team spotted a presence under the rubbles 1month after the blast.people were asking local authorities for weeks to look under the rubble as there was bad smells. No one answered their calls #بيروت pic.twitter.com/PNNv7cciNF— Larissa Aoun (@LarissaAounSky) September 5, 2020