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On May 28, the duty unit of the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Nizhneingash District received a message from the aunt of a 13-year-old boy that her nephew had gone with his grandfather to the forest for wild garlic at about 18:00 and was lost. Grandfather returned home from the forest alone at about 10 pm. Search groups were promptly created, which included employees of IK-50, who were alerted, including 4 dog handlers with search dogs.

The search for the teenager continued for almost 12 hours. More than 140 people took part in the operation: officers of the GUFSIN and the police, a district police officer (Kansk), volunteers and local residents; special vehicles, a boat and a quadrocopter were involved. The boy was found frozen, tired, but alive. Among the first search engines, it was discovered by the instructors-dog handlers of IK-50 Andrey Karpov with his dog Davis and Pavel Devyatok with his shepherd dog named Bara, as well as the junior inspector of the security department of IK-50 Denis Raspopin. It turned out that in the forest the boy had lost sight of his grandfather, reached the bank of the river, tried to swim across it, but because of the cold water, his legs cramped and he returned to the bank, where he was found. “Nothing threatens the life and health of the child now, and this is the main thing,” the employees of the correctional colony say.

Press service of the GUFSIN of Russia for the Krasnoyarsk Territory

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

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