Coburg firefighters were missing

Coburg firefighters were missing

Rescue rescue rescue protect! These are the tasks of a fire department. For the training of the rescue dog team of the ASB coburg land, however, some firefighters of the coburg fire department took on the role of victims and mimed a missing and injured person.
"The extensive land of the loschzug 1 in the dammweg in coburg, was an attractive object for us to hold a training with our rescue dog squad. We are pleased to say that the city fire chief ingolf stokl has a sympathetic ear for us.", ASB association spokesman florian eckardt explains. In addition to two volunteer firefighters, the press spokesman for the coburg fire department, sebastian sorge, accompanied the training.
"I am really surprised how such a search for a missing person is done. This was also very interesting for us to see.", sorge commented on the training. Due to the location and the structural peculiarities, the rescue dogs could exercise different scenarios at once. For example, they went under the vehicle hall, which was very similar in texture to a trummer field after an earthquake. To get there, they could also practice roping a dog right away. This required a lot of tact from the dog handlers in dealing with their animal, as the dog has to put on a special harness for this purpose.
A baugerust, a city bus and the riverbank promenade of the itz were used as further training locations. "Only in the summer, at the beginning of the sambafestival, we were here on a manhunt mission. It is therefore a realistic scenario", said dauer, reported eckardt. After all the dogs had completed the various training stations, the dog handlers and their dogs also climbed the basket of a turntable ladder one after the other and loved being taken up to lofty heights by the fire fighters. This was used to test how the individual dogs react to high. The finale was a direct confrontation of the dogs with blue light and martinshorn in the vehicle hall. "In the field, the dogs will encounter emergency vehicles with special rights from time to time. That’s why it’s important that the dogs get to know this beforehand", the head of the rescue dog squad, gabriele kleist, explained to the firefighters and ASB.

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