IDF Search and Rescue prepares for an earthquake

Firefighters, Zaka, and the air force takes part in a five day exercise at the IDF Central Command base in Tel Aviv.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
October 18, 2010 01:10

 
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Tom Schwartz literally has to knock down walls to save lives.


Schwartz was a paramedic in the territories during her regular army service, but in reserve duty she serves with the search and rescue unit.


Schwartz took part in the five day exercise to practice search and rescue in the event of a large scale earthquake.



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