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During CPR, rescuers should give chest compressions a little faster, at a rate of at least 100 times a minute.
Representatives of the Ministry, the Central Sports Club of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, firemen and rescuers, employees of the Russian Union of Rescuers, the All-Russian Volunteer Fire Fighting Society, as well as cadets of the Ministrys Universities, 1,500 people in total, took part in the event.
The ceremony was attended by the parents of martyred rescuer and officials of the department.
Beijing, May 11 (Xinhua-ANI): Rescuers on Friday evening worked miracles when they pulled alive a woman garment worker named Reshmi from piles of rubble of the collapsed eight-story building 17 days after the country's worst industrial disaster at Savar on the outskirts of capital Dhaka.
The relatives of the dead rescuer having a nervous breakdown
A rescuer in an orange jumpsuit squeezed into the hulk of crushed concrete and metal to free the baby who was wrapped in a blanket and handed over to a medic amid applauding emergency workers.
TINY SURVIVOR Turkish rescuers carry two-week-old Azra Karaduman; below, her mother is freed
A rescuer in an orange jumpsuit squeezed into the hulk of crushed concrete and metal to free the baby who was then wrapped in a blanket and handed over to a medic amid applauding emergency workers.
The Minister called for honoring the rescuers on the traffic occasions organized by the ministry in different governorates and sending a thanking card in the name of Interior Ministry to the rescuer as an appreciation of his noble human work that contributes to saving the life of the injured.
Only one slap of her large strong tail could kill a rescuer.
The initial rescuer was equipped with proper protective gear and lowered into the space to find the victim drowning in the raw sewage.
INNOVATION Data Processing, a provider of enterprise storage management solutions, is announcing S/390 Linux Rescuer the industry's first Disaster Recovery Solution for S/390 Linux.