In addition, the Indonesian team will bring bridging and cutting tools to break down the walls and concrete to make access to help get the victims out of the ruins.
The team is also equipped with vibration sensors to monitor aftershocks.
Haryono said that looking for victims in the debris was quite a risky task, so if an aftershock were to occur, the safety officers would immediately bring the rescue team to a safe place.
During their operation, the Indonesian rescuers will coordinate with the INSARAG’s secretariat in Turkey, along with assistance teams from other countries.
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