Jaume Climent spent 6 days in the provinces of Gaziantep and Hatay as part of the 15 rescuers team and 2 k9 of firefighters GIRECAN
The Local Police agent who participated in the rescue work of the Turkey earthquake shares his experience with the mayor
Jaume Climent, the Benidorm Local Police agent who participated in Turkey in the rescue work after the February 6 earthquake, has shared this experience today with the mayor, Toni Pérez. Climent spent six and a half days in various cities in the provinces of Gaziantep and Hatay, which were very affected by the earthquake, as part of the use of 15 rescuers and two K9 of the Group of firefighters.
During the meeting, the agent transferred to the mayor how the marathon was organized working days, in which the constant replicas hindered the little rest of the teams, and how the dogs provided by this unit were key to the location of two survivors between the rubble; Survivors who were finally rescued by local teams.
As Climent explained, as soon as the multidisciplinary equipment is made to the Use Light, the Use Light was made available to the emergency services of Turkey. In addition to the support with dogs, the displaced team performed technical search and recovery tasks.
Finally, the Benidorm Local Police agent transferred to the mayor how the magnitude of this tragedy has lived in the first person, which resulted in more than 50,000 people killed.