A Spanish crew from “Bomberos Unidos Sin Fronteras” (United Firefighters With out Borders) arrived on Tuesday in Morocco with specialised sniffer canine, becoming a member of the pressing rescue operations after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit the nation.
Situated 55 kilometers south of Marrakesh, the picturesque city of Amizmiz has skilled vital destruction from the earthquake. The Spanish crew’s sniffer canine are essential within the frantic seek for survivors amidst the rubble, as they provide an elevated probability of finding trapped people.
Morocco has obtained and accepted support affords from a number of international locations. Spain and Britain, acknowledged for his or her experience in search-and-rescue missions, despatched specialists and their educated sniffer canine.
Based on the newest official figures, the earthquake killed at the very least 2,901 folks and injured 5,530, making it Morocco’s deadliest since 1960 and strongest since at the very least 1900.