A 2-year-old boy in Minnesota, US got lost alone in a cornfield, after dark, police used a helicopter with a body temperature scanner to find the boy , the result was 2 The dog whose family is always nearby to protect the little owner, constantly barking and running back and forth, catches the attention of the helicopter.
At 6:15 p.m. on October 5, at 6:15 p.m. on October 5, a 2-year-old boy living in northwest Richmond and his three cousins 7, 11 and 12, respectively, played outside, result. the boy involuntarily went into the cornfield next door.
Luckily, Bella Grace, the British-bred mother the adoptive family discovered and accompanied by the boy, Bella’s 12-week-old puppy, also followed. When the family found out that the boy couldn’t be found, they immediately went looking everywhere. After half an hour, there was no result and it was dark, so they immediately reported the police.
Large cornfield, finding the boy is very difficult. (Photo: Indoor edition)
Police dispatched a search and rescue team, 2 sniffer dogs and helicopters to search, as well as 20 volunteers to search together. The helicopter, after some time searching the cornfield, finally found the boy and two dogs with a body temperature scanner at 9:20 p.m.
Because the corn fields are so big and dense, without a body temperature scanner, it would be very difficult to find them.
The video below shows a rather large dog pacing, the small dog is next to the boy, then two rescuers approach.
Lt. Vic Weiss of the Stearns Police Department said barking dogs were heard during the search and stopped after some time. Once found the boy did not cry, did not appear scared, all thanks to the dog Bella Grace for his help, so the boy was quickly found in the cold night.
Bella Grace dog is a faithful friend of the young owner. (Photo: Katie Bottem / Facebook)