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She will be responsible for the safety of tourists in the Brateevskaya Poima parks and on the banks of the Moskva River in Kapotnya.

This year in the capital they plan to open the 25th search and rescue station – “Maryino”. She will be responsible for the safety of tourists in the Brateevskaya Poima parks and on the territory of Kapotnya. In addition, the construction of buildings for the Terletskaya and Karamyshevo search and rescue stations is nearing completion. Up to 70 rescuers, including 50 divers, take over there every day.

“There is a new swimming season ahead, so this post is dedicated to the Moscow City Search and Rescue Service (MGPSS) on water bodies. She recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, but in general, the traditions of rescue on the waters in the capital go back almost a century and a half. The first rescue station near the Moskvoretsky bridge appeared in 1877. Today, there are 24 search and rescue stations in the city, employing 332 professionals, ”Sergei Sobyanin wrote in your blog.

Specialists of the Moscow City Search and Rescue Service have saved 5246 people over the past quarter of a century, 289 of them with cardiopulmonary resuscitation. First aid was provided to 16,676 victims.

“The Moscow City Search and Rescue Service employs real professionals who have dedicated themselves to the noble cause of helping people. Many thanks to them and quiet shifts. We will continue to make sure that they have the most modern and effective means of rescue at their disposal, ”added Sergei Sobyanin.

Thus, the Slavir and Jetter hovercraft allow patrolling and rescue operations on any surface – water, ice and swampy terrain. And the new models of North Silver Pro boats have a heated wheelhouse. This gives lifeguards the opportunity to stay on the water longer in winter. They also have at their disposal modern rescue and diving equipment and communications. Among them are a remote-controlled underwater vehicle, a diving television complex, sonars and echo sounders.

In 2015, for the first time, a transportable pressure chamber was purchased, designed to ensure the safety of diving descents and operations. And four years later, rescuers received special drones for patrolling water bodies. At the command of the operator, they can descend to the water and drop a life jacket for a drowning person.

30 ponds will be put in order this year Moscow water rescuers received the latest technology and equipment

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