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Paws covered in blood: in the Dnipro, alongside the rescuers, dogs are looking for people under the rubble

, 13:44, 18.01.2023
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11 canine specialists and 7 all-purpose dogs of the Antares search and rescue canine unit from Pavlograd are working at the scene of the attack.

Dogs are looking for people under the rubble in Dnipro
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In Dnipro, dogs are helping to search for people under the rubble of a destroyed house. The rescue operation lasted all night and is still ongoing. It is known about 21 dead. The fate of more than 30 people is currently unknown. This is reported by "Dnipro Oblast".

11 canine specialists and 7 all-purpose dogs of the "Antares" search and rescue canine unit from Pavlograd are working at the scene of the attack. They are called universals, because they look for both living things and bodies.

Residents of Pavlograd arrived in Dnipro yesterday at 18:30 and participated in the search all night. In addition, 4 canine calculations of the Interregional Rapid Response Center of the State Emergency Service from the city of Romny were involved in the search.

We will remind, on Saturday, January 14, residents of Dnipro heard an explosion. It happened at approximately 3:39 p.m. At that time, the air alert in the region lasted for more than an hour and a half, as the Russians launched a massive missile attack on Ukrainian cities. Air defense forces shot down 6 out of 8 missiles over the Dnipropetrovsk region. Unfortunately, in Dnipro, an Kh-22 missile hit a high-rise building in Peremoza. One of the entrances to the building was completely "destroyed" by the explosion.

Earlier, the media reported that a woman was found under the rubble of a high-rise building in Dnipro. The faces of all the victims brought to Mechnikov were covered in blood. The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi reacted to the tragedy in Dnipro, and the Mayor of Dnipro Boris Filatov told where the Russians could have aimed. A girl was rescued from the fifth floor of a destroyed building in Dnipro. Due to the tragedy, three days of mourning were announced in the city. Currently, more than 30 people are being searched under the rubble at the site of the Russian missile impact.

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