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Three workers saved the dog from the roof of the sarcophagus in Chernobyl

Polish traveler and member of the Clean Futures Foundation, Łukasz Zawadzki (Łukasz Zawadzki) published a video with the rescue of the dog from the roof of the sarcophagus in Chernobyl. He said that this happened in February 2018, during a visit to the “exclusion zone”.

The dog climbed on the sarcophagus “Shelter-2”, which closes the fourth power unit of the nuclear power plant destroyed during the accident. According to Zavadsky, three workers came to her rescue, who had climbing equipment – they had to climb to a height of 92 meters. They secured the dog with safety belts and together with it went down to the ground.

Workers with a rescued dog. Photo by @lukasz_zaw_baranek_pl

Clean Futures – non-profit foundation, which for several years has been the salvation of stray dogs in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant area. They also advocate sterilization of animals to control the population and protect workers from constant attacks.

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