Representative of the official forces no longer believe in the existence of survivors under the rubble.
Rescue teams deployed in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, today ended the search for possible survivors of the explosions that occurred on August 4, after information, released during the week, which raised some hopes.
On Wednesday, a Chilean rescue team deployed in the Lebanese capital said it had detected a heartbeat, using a pisteero dog and thermal scanners, under the rubble of a building located in one of Beirut’s neighborhoods that was devastated by the explosions. of August.
This information gave hope about the possibility of finding possible survivors a month after the explosions, which left at least 191 dead, more than 6,500 injured and close to 300,000 displaced.
But as the days went by, hope faded.
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