In Primorye, DPS inspectors carried him in their arms for several kilometers while rescuing a missing fisherman. On Saturday, July 31, reports REN TV with reference to the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation for Ussuriysk.
An 81-year-old local resident contacted the police to find her missing son. She explained that the 51-year-old man went fishing and has not been in touch for several days.
Traffic police officers, police lieutenant Stanislav Kolodiev and police foreman Danil Klimenchuk left for the alleged search area in the vicinity of the village of Borisovka. They were able to contact the fisherman by phone and find out the coordinates of his location.
Due to the lack of roads, the inspectors left their car and walked to the man. An off-road vehicle was spotted in the ravine, in which there was a missing fisherman.
They pulled him out of the car and, before leaving the forest, carried the man in their arms in turn. The rescued person thanked the guards for their help.
Earlier, on May 15, police officers managed to save a child who was trapped in the backyard of a burning house. As soon as the building caught fire, the father helped the child out of the house through a window located on the side opposite the gate. It is noted that the child was scared and could not independently leave the territory of the household. Arriving at the scene, the police went through the house to the backyard and helped the child to get out through the neighboring precinct.