Cartagena firefighters, experts in tracking wells and hollows, will participate as volunteers from this Friday, March 9, and until Monday, March 12, in the search for Gabriel Cruz that is being carried out in Níjar (Almería).
The eight-year-old disappeared on Tuesday, February 27.
The members of the Fire and Rescue Extinction Service of the City of Cartagena are commissioned by the City Council, providing the device with 2 off-road vehicles and search material.
Among the material is a camera that allows to inspect the wells without having to descend through them.
The firefighters will travel daily to Níjar, during the 4 days they will collaborate in the search operation, participating in shifts of between 4 and 6 firefighters every day.
This Friday, the tenth day is fulfilled without knowing anything about Gabriel Cruz, the eight year old boy who disappeared on Tuesday, February 27, when he traveled a hundred meters to go to his cousins' house in Las Hortichuelas, in Níjar (Almería).
The zone of the disappearance of the child has hundreds of cavities and wells, hence the need for volunteer firefighters from Cartagena, who are experts in tracking and descending through wells, as well as searching caves that are difficult to access.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena