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Sunday, January 17, 2010

Video: IDF rescues man trapped in building in Haiti

IDF Search and Rescue teams in Port-au-Prince Haiti pulled a 52 year-old Hatian man from the rubble of a collapsed building. The team worked for 8 hours to extract the man, who was in good condition despite wounds on his limbs and dehydration. He had been trapped in the rubble for 125 hours, and had managed to communicate his location to rescue forces via sms.

The IDF sent an aid delegation of over 220 search and rescue and medical personnel to assist in the rescue efforts following the devastating earthquake in Haiti. Search and rescue teams are working around the clock to extract victims trapped in the rubble and the IDF has constructed a field hospital capable of treating up to 500 people a day near the soccer field in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Let's go to the videotape.

There are pictures from this rescue here.


At 2:02 AM, Blogger g2loq said...

Too the part when the crowd is chanting "Israel good job!" is missing from the clip ...


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