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14 employees of the South Regional Search and Rescue Team were involved in the training exit.

Each of the employees had their own task: some laid a route to Sakharnaya Mountain and were the first to trail the ascent to the top, others took the group along the map across the Azhek ridge and supervised the training rescue operations

The line of the route ran through the village of Plastunka, the Prokhladny ridge, the top of Sakharnaya Mountain (height 1550 meters), the Azhek ridge, the Azhek ecovillage, with an exit to the initial point – the Plastunka village.

On the first day, YURPSO rescuers reached the parking lot on the Prokhladny ridge (height 550 meters), set up tents. The next day, they organized the life of the camp: they dug a place for a fire, equipped a clothes dryer.

On the third day, the rescuers got up early, at 4 am. At 6 – exit to the route. Everyone climbed to the top of Sakharnaya Mountain, the average time of ascent from the base camp was 1 hour 30 minutes.

On the final day of the training exit, the rescuers of the YRPSO EMERCOM of Russia practiced the transportation of a living “victim” using a stretcher. A man was evacuated from the village of Azhek for about a kilometer through the snow. The rescuers coped with all the tasks perfectly.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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