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Berühmte Rettungshündin geht in Rente

SHOTLIST SHOTLIST MEXICO CITY, MEXICO. SEPTEMBER 22, 2017SOURCE: AFPTV IMAGES - 01:39 - WS Frida's handler Petty Officer Israel Arauz working with her, giving her a toy- MS Frida walking with toy in her mouth- CU Frida with toy in her mouth- WS Frida sitting, dropping toy- MS Frida picking up toy, walking around- WS Arauz telling Frida to lie down, come, sit, then giving her the toy- WS Arauz speaking with reporter- MS Frida sitting down- WS man posing for a picture with Frida- WS Frida and handlers to destroyed school SOUNDBITE 1 - Petty Officer Israel Arauz, Frida's handler (man, Spanish, 7 sec): "Here she works 20 minutes at most in each operation. She’s taken out and allowed to rest for one or two hours." SPANISH: "Aquí interviene a lo máximo 20 minutos en cada intervención. Se saca y se deja descansar de una a dos horas." SOUNDBITE 2 - Petty Officer Israel Arauz, Frida's handler (man, Spanish, 8 sec): "The time (limit) can’t be exceeded, because we would be forcing her to exert herself too much in something that’s not necessary." SPANISH: "No se puede exceder el tiempo porque la obligaríamos a esforzarse de más en algo donde no es necesario." SOUNDBITE 3 - Petty Officer Israel Arauz, Frida's handler (man, Spanish, 18 sec): NB: Arauz is speaking generally about Frida's training and behavior, not her mission in Mexico City "In the cases when, in the training, she finds a live person, her manner, the behavior, what we call body language, changes. And that’s when start to realize that she is locating the hidden person." SPANISH: " En los casos cuando llegue encontrar, en el entrenamiento, una persona viva, su manera de ella, el andar, lo que nosotros le llamamos lenguaje corporal, cambia. Y es cuando ahí nosotros empezamos a dar cuenta que esta ubicando a la persona que esta sepultada." SOUNDBITE 4 - Petty Officer Israel Arauz, Frida's handler (man, Spanish, 9 sec): "She’s very noble. She likes to do a good job, and, well, for me it’s an honor to be able to handle her in these missions that they've sent me on." SPANISH: "Es muy noble. Le gusta hacer bien su trabajo, y pues, bueno, para mi es un honor poder manejarla en estas misiones que me han encomendado." ///--------------------------------------AFP TEXT STORY Frida the rescue dog retires in Mexico Mexico City (Mexico) - 25 June 2019 07:25 - AFP - 1HT36H Frida the rescue dog, a labrador retriever who gained worldwide fame for her heroics after the earthquake that devastated Mexico on September 19, 2017, officially retired from duty Monday. Frida, who adorably sniffed through the rubble in her protective goggles and booties in the hours after the tragedy, was sent into doggy retirement at 10 years old in a ceremony at the canine unit of the Mexican marines. "Our dear labrador Frida is starting a new era," said Deputy Naval Minister Eduardo Redondo. "Frida stole the heart of all Mexico and thousands more abroad... Her bark always gave hope, and in moments of pain and uncertainty she brought relief." Frida saved 12 people's lives across her decade-long career as a search and rescue dog, the navy said. The emergency response efforts she took part in included earthquakes in Haiti and Ecuador in 2010 and 2016, respectively, and an explosion at the headquarters of Mexican state oil company Pemex in 2013. Her job after the 7.1-magnitude earthquake that shook Mexico City was to look for survivors in the rubble of the Rebsamen elementary school, where 19 children and seven adults were killed. Frida's handlers removed her famous mask and booties at the ceremony, and she received a chew toy as a symbol of her new life in retirement. "Frida, mission accomplished, with honor," said Redondo. yug/jhb/it ///-----------------------------------------------------------AFP TEXT STORY: Berühmter mexikanischer Rettungshund Frida geht in RenteMexiko-Stadt (AFP) - Die durch ihren Einsatz während des schweren Erdbebens in Mexiko weltweit berühmt gewordene Such- und Rettungshündin Frida ist nach einem arbeitsreichen Leben offiziell in den Ruhestand getreten. "Frida hat Herzen in ganz Mexiko und im Ausland erobert. Ihr Bellen gab immer Hoffnung, und in Zeiten des Schmerzes und der Unsicherheit brachte sie Erleichterung", sagte der stellvertretende Marineminister Eduardo Redondo bei einer Zeremonie am Montag.Fotos von Frida, wie sie mit Schutzbrille und Pfotenschützern im September 2017 in den Trümmern einer eingestürzten Grundschule in Mexiko-Stadt nach Überlebenden suchte, waren um die Welt gegangen. Insgesamt rettete der Labrador im Laufe seiner Karriere zwölf Menschen das Leben. Unter anderem war die Hündin nach Erdbeben in Haiti und Ecuador und nach einer Explosion in der Zentrale der mexikanischen Ölfirma Pemex im Einsatz gewesen.Nach zehn Jahren beginne für Frida nun "eine neue Ära", sagte Redondo. Als Zeichen für ihr neues Leben ohne Pflichten bekam sie ein Kauspielzeug geschenkt. "Frida, Auftrag ehrenvoll ausgeführt", lobte der Vize-Minister.gt/ma -------------------------------------------------------------
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