Awesome Navy Rescue Lab Has Rescued Over 50 Lives Is Currently Saving People Affected By the Earthquake in Mexico City and Oaxaca

An earthquake has affected the lives of countless people in Mexico City, it has killed at this time around 230 people as well as the countless thousands who have been injured. This earthquake suddenly struck Mexico on Tuesday, after the country is still recovering from an earthquake that occurred two weeks prior in Oaxaca. With these two earthquakes, that have arrived back to back, it has left much of these regions in ruins. Now there is a massive rescue operation taking place to locate people who have been trapped below much of the rubble.
There is hope out there for the survivors that are still trapped in the rubble. A Labrador by the name of Frida is playing her part in the rescue mission. The courageous dog is working hard everyday searching for survivors. Frida has her own special equipment, that assist her with the enormous task at hand (in her case paw). One thing is for sure that Frida knows what she is doing, so far she has rescued more than 50 people in her service as a rescue dog for the Mexican Navy! Lets root for Frida and pray that the people she finds are safe.

Frida the Labrador is rescuing people affected by the earthquake in Mexico City

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The earthquake hit the center of the country on Tuesday and has killed many.

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Frida works with the Mexican Navy, to search for and rescue those trapped in the rubble

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She has her own special protective equipment, including these awesome goggles

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She also has customized boots to keep her paws safe and secured on rubble

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So far she’s helped save over 50 lives in various natural disasters in the country

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Around 12 of those people were caught in the stronger earthquake that hit Oaxaca less than two weeks ago

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Frida great work out there!

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