Operation Number: 2
Operation Title: The Greatest Earthquake of Tierra Robada
For Which Forces: Ground Rescue
Participants: @Griffin @Spicey @Judyes @Rowdy35 @XxNetroxX
Operation Story: The GEA Search and Rescue Team started the necessary preparations immediately after the news of the earthquake of 7 in Tierra Robada at 7:05 pm (January 13, 2010, 15:05 pm) at local time at 12:00 pm local time. received a letter of invitation to enter the country and quickly completed the preparations for the operation with the team and the necessary materials. On Thursday, January 14, 2010, at 9 am with the San Andreas time, the scheduled flight of Airfrance and the town of Tierra Robada were launched. Our team has reached two separate flights to the LV and RC airports of the Republic of SA at 19:00 hours due to the fact that TR Port Au Prince Airport is closed. Our team has reached two separate flights to the LV and RC airports of the Republic of SA at 19:00 hours due to the fact that TR Port Au Prince Airport is closed.On January 15, 2010, our team arrived from Las Venturas via the TR Port Au Prince and started to investigate the wreckage of the Çatlak Residences Center with the guidance of local authorities. After obtaining information that the search and rescue teams who had previously worked in the wreck had reached 4 people under the rubble, the local authorities were informed about the last situation and the information about the live in the wreck was evaluated. The final situation of the debris, the structural analysis, and the existing sketches were evaluated and the possible entry points were determined and the studies were continued intensively on the corresponding warnings. On January 16, 2010, our team continued to work on the debris tunneling and the South Search and Rescue Group (San Andreas team) came to support the team of 40 people and their equipment. On Sunday, January 17, 2010, a 7-year-old girl named Arielle Cassandra Ely and a 33-year-old boy named Lamy Jasme were saved alive under the debris. In the 108th hour of the earthquake, a 41-year-old female named Mireille Boulos Dittmer, a 40-year-old male named Indra La fontain at the 125th hour and a 30-year-old lady named Jean Philippe were alive. After the debris rubble cleaning, listening was done at different points of the debris and the search and rescue works in the debris were terminated. In the following period, our team supported the humanitarian relief efforts and delivered the medicines and health benefits collected to be given to the victims affected by the earthquake in the region to the b TR Health Team Takip clinic. On Wednesday, January 20, 2010, our team visited the Embassy of Tierra Robada and official institutions in San Andreas, and learned about the humanitarian activities to be carried out in the next phase and set out to set up a plan and return to the base on Thursday (January 21st) by scheduled aircraft.