“There are more victims, we would imagine under that wreckage.” Authorities may bring in cadaver dogs or robot technologies to help them get into the “places and crevices we can’t get in.” Firefighters work on the scene following an overnight … Link.
Officials are bringing in cranes, bulldozers and excavating equipment to access the west side of the building. Cadaver dogs may also be used. Officials are fingerprinting people, and four of the nine bodies have been removed. Witnesses described a horrific … Link.
Crews are prepared to work through the weekend and into Monday. They are considering using cranes, robots and cadaver dogs to locate the victims inside. Click here to donate and help the the families of the victims. The fund had raised about $40,000 out of … Link.
“It’s very twisted debris in there. There are wires and beams and wood. It’s all fallen in on itself. We’re thinking about bringing in cadaver dogs and robots to get into all the crevices,” he said. “This is a devastating scene,” the mayor said at a … Link.
Crews searching for the victims of a fire in Oakland, California say they’re not able to reach parts of the collapsed warehouse and may need to bring in cadaver dogs and robots. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Link.
bulldozers and excavating equipment to cut a hole through the west side of the burned warehouse to gain access. They are looking at bringing in cadaver dogs and are fingerprinting the bodies as they come across them in the building. Link.
Excavators will be used to punch holes into the building and cadaver dogs and robots could be brought in, he said. The building’s collapse has only made the building more of a maze, as rubble, wires, beams and wood litter the warehouse’s interior … Link.
‘We are talking about maybe bringing in cadaver dogs to help us out, using remote technologies, robots and whatnot, to get into spots that are really tight,’ he says. • Oakland ‘Ghost Ship’ warehouse party fire leaves nine dead and 25 missing Link.
Diane Whittaker, vice president of Vest-A-Dog, set up a table of items for sale along with a display board. She was accompanied by her Labrador retriever, Quinn. Quinn is a cadaver sniffing dog who modelled two types of canine vests during the event. Link.
The author of this enjoyable, illuminating, funny book on how dogs perceive the world is an American journalist with an antithetical name: Cat Warren. She also works with cadaver dogs, and the chapter on how US authorities have trialled different breeds to … Link.