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The Mountain Rescue Service (MRS) has over 500 rescuers, over 90% of whom are volunteers, the head of the MRS Training Centre, Koko Dimov, told Focus Radio.
BAHAWALPUR -- The Punjab Emergency Rescue Service 1122 will soon start recruitment process of 58 rescuers for the opening of two new stations at Khairpur Tameawali and Yazman.
Rescue operations at Chuzon supermarket in Porac town have been temporarily suspended to ensure the safety of rescuers, following a temblor that jolted this province early Wednesday morning.
The President participated in festivities on the occasion of the Day of the Rescuer of Ukraine that took place in the Mariyinsky Palace.
One rescuer, Jessica Land, who helps operate Dog Ranch Rescue and Lone Star Dog Ranch in Texas, paid $8,750 for a pregnant French bulldog at Southwest, an invoice shows.
Mahbub said hundreds of rescuers who weep as their efforts to pull Shahina alive went in vain due to a fire that broke when a rescuer was cutting a steel bar to pull her out, shouted for joy.
Works for trying to take the dead body of the rescuer out of the rocks
I wouldn't be happier if they gave me tons of money," said rescuer Oytun Gulpinar.
A rescuer 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.
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.
Only one slap of her large strong tail could kill a rescuer. The four rescuers worked several hours cutting the ropes with a special curved knife.
The initial rescuer was equipped with proper protective gear and lowered into the space to find the victim drowning in the raw sewage.