Kansas volunteers train dogs to rescue people

Volunteer trains rescue dog
A volunteer works with a search and rescue dog.

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WICHITA, Kansas — When disaster strikes, like the fertilizer plant explosion in Texas, rescuers often rely on dogs to help them find victims trapped in the rubble.

In Kansas, those four-legged heroes come from a dedicated group of volunteers who make up the Kansas Search and Rescue Dog Association.

Click on the video link to watch Barbara Baan’s story about the dogs.

If you would like to learn more, call (316) 871-4143 or visit KSARDA.org.

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