The Delsar® LifeDetector® Aids in Search for Trapped Pooch

A SQUAD more used to finding victims trapped in earthquake rubble has been drafted in to hunt for a missing terrier.
Owner Wendy Gibson was walking with the three-year-old dog in the grounds of Greetwell Hall, a private 720-acre farm near Cherry Willingham when it vanished. But, since Mr Wilson went missing on Monday morning, repeated search attempts including using a digger to scoop out areas of the farmland have failed, prompting the call to USAR.
When parsons fell terrier Mr Wilson went down a rabbit hole and didn't come back, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue's Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team was called in.
The USAR team has been using a piece of kit called Delsar acoustic listening device, which measures seismic activity to see if they could detect the pooch underground....

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