Search and Rescue dogs arrive in Surfside to help with recovery in collapsed condo

More rescue dogs have been brought in to search for missing resident in the collapse of the Surfside apartment building in Florida.

The dogs are trained to detect humans–through their breath or odour–and can help first responders isolate locations where people may be trapped underneath the rubble.

There is hope that survivors may be found. It takes two-and-a half years for dogs to be trained to do the work with handlers.

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Peg Fong is also in recovery from newspapers

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