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Police drone team aids in search for missing person at Bardon Hull quarry site

Police drone team aids in search for missing person at Bardon Hull quarry site

Last night in Coalville in the United Kingdom, the police drone team aided in the search for a missing person at Bardon Hull quarry site, along with Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service.

Police drone team aids in search for missing person at Bardon Hull quarry site

Together with the Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, the police drone team worked to find a missing person in the huge Bardon Hull quarry site in Coalville last night.

LeceistershireLive reports that a team from the fire service and officers from Leicestershire Police were called to an incident at the huge Bardon Hill quarry, to try and locate a missing person.

The police drone team assisted in the search and the drone footage the team provided helped the incident commanders make their initial rescue assessments. The emergency services successfully located the missing person.

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