’No signs of life’ found in the rubble of a building in Beirut

’No signs of life’ found in the rubble of a building in Beirut

On Thursday in the Gemmayze area of the Lebanese capital, a sniffer dog detected something in the rubble of a building. The audio detection device recorded a pulse of 18 to 19 beats per minute, however, the following morning the signal had dropped down to 7. Around 50 rescuers and volunteers contributed to digging up the place on Saturday, however, after a thorough search, found no signs of life.

Khwahish
Khwahish
Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 2 weeks

No signs of life, but what was the pulse? Was is a person?

Jax Milovitch
Jax Milovitch 2 weeks

A shame But it has been a while now

Leon
Leon 2 weeks

Man I couldn't imagine dying buried under a building. That is a slow death.

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