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In the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, an algorithm was worked out to save a partridge hunter


A training trip for search and rescue operations took place in the forest-tundra

The economic activity of the inhabitants of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug in winter is directly related to the use of snowmobiles. In our tundra and forest-tundra there are hundreds of roads along which people go to huts, fish and hunt, according to the official page of the search and rescue service of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug in contact. It is impossible to know all the routes, but rescuers should know the main directions of travel, be able to get to the search area and organize the search taking into account the specific area.

The training was given the following introduction: two comrades were resting in a hut 45 kilometers from the city. In the evening, one of them went partridge hunting and did not return. Whoever stayed in the hut managed to call 112 and report what had happened.

It should be noted that the tasks have been completed. The route has been studied with a length of more than 150 kilometers.

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