On July 21, China Aneng Wuhan Rescue Base dispatched 40 engineering rescue forces, carrying large-scale main battle equipment such as bulldozers, excavators, loaders, and 18 professional equipment such as all-terrain amphibious vehicles, assault boats, and "dragon water absorption" ( Set) to form the first echelon and set off from Wuhan to Zhengzhou to participate in rescue missions.
The reporter saw at the scene at 11 o’clock that night that 15 officers and soldiers from the water search and rescue team of the Aneng Wuhan Rescue Base, China, carried two “dragon suction” and two integrated pump trucks, pumping from north to south in the Jingguang North Road Tunnel. drain.
As of 23:50 on the 21st, a total of 87,500 cubic meters of drainage had been completed, and the water level had dropped significantly.
Rescuers said they must step up their operations and work hard day and night to drain the water.
(Reporter Zou Hao produced Le Xiaomin)
Editor in charge: [Li Ji]