On Tuesday, a cadaver dog entered the razed site of a Sydney factory fire that had been burning for days. The dog, named “Bella”, is a specially trained canine that is used to detect human remains.
The fire had been burning since Saturday, and firefighters had been unable to contain it. The factory was completely destroyed, and the fire had spread to nearby buildings. Firefighters had been searching for any survivors, but had been unable to find any.
The cadaver dog was brought in to help search for any human remains that may have been left behind. The dog is trained to detect the scent of human remains, and can help locate them in difficult to reach places.
Bella was taken to the site of the fire and began her search. She was able to quickly locate the remains of two people who had been inside the factory when the fire started. The remains were taken to a nearby morgue for identification.
The cadaver dog’s work was invaluable in helping to locate the remains of the two people who had been inside the factory. Without her help, it is likely that the remains would have gone undiscovered.
The cadaver dog’s work is a testament to the power of specially trained animals. They are able to do things that humans cannot, and can help in situations where human help is not available. Bella’s work is a reminder of the importance of these animals in helping to locate and identify human remains.