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Rescue Dogs Put to the Test
Dogs from Oklahoma, Texas and Florida work out in USAR scenario.
Published Monday, April 30, 2012
OKLAHOMA CITY (News9.com) - When disaster strikes firefighters and rescue crews rely on their dogs to help find survivors trapped in the aftermath. But the standard to become a FEMA certified urban search and rescue dog for the state is extremely high. On Saturday, eight dogs were put to the test in Oklahoma City. "We're looking for people that are trapped and can't help themselves," OKCFD Lt. Dane Yaw said.
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