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Mexico / Earthquake / Dog Trainer Interview #1116242

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 21, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Mexico City: Ed Lavandera) The impact of the earthquake on Mexico, the view now there is no girl in the collapsed school surviving, the rescue operations reviewed; scenes shown from Mexico City of a collapsed building, volunteers being bused to areas needing help, a search dog. [Mexican army Gen. Federicio SOLORZANO†- {thru reporter's translation} talks about the man heard inside.] The mesmerizing rescue operations that seem improvised discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Search Dog Foundation head trainer Sonia Heritage about the search dogs being used in Mexico. [HERITAGE†- talks about the role of dogs hunting for survivors or cadavers, the conditions & training they work in, how the dogs react to the smell of respiration.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavandera, Ed

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