- Noto Peninsula Earthquake
MPD’s Security Dog Unit Begins Searching for Victims in Quake-Hit Noto Peninsula in Japan
21:38 JST, January 3, 2024
The Metropolitan Police Department has dispatched a security dog unit to Suzu, Ishikawa Prefecture, to search for victims of the Noto Peninsula earthquake.
The department released images of a security dog unit searching for victims on Wednesday.
The security dog unit is working to rescue victims trapped in collapsed houses and other structures in the city.
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