The dog "Flash" revives the hope of the Lebanese to find survivors
Many Lebanese were hopeful when the dog "Flash", accompanying the Chilean rescue team that came to Lebanon to help remove the effects of the damage caused by the Beirut Port explosion, smelled a smell at the site of a collapsed building yesterday, Thursday.
Lebanese citizens praised the dog "Flash" and the Chilean rescue team, describing them as "heroes".
The dog "Flash" ran towards the rubble of the building in the Gemmayze district of the capital, Beirut, while the Chilean rescue team was continuing its efforts in the neighborhood.
The move prompted the Chilean rescue team to speed up rescue operations under the rubble of the building, hoping to find survivors.
Most of the Lebanese are currently staying in front of television screens, with all major networks broadcast live live in the capital Beirut, hoping rescuers will pull a person still alive from under the rubble - and that is a month after the explosion.
The Chilean rescue team arrived in Beirut a few days ago to participate in the search for survivors under the rubble.
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