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What one should do or don't for a rescue operation?
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The life guard rescued a little girl from drowning "This is my rescue dog, Rex." uses rescue as an adjective because it describes, or modifies, the noun (dog). To use rescue as a noun, one might say, "She came to my emotional rescue". To use rescue as a verb, one might say "Please rescue me from this conversation!"
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What is the first consideration in any rescue?
The first consideration if there are multiple victims should be the extent of any injuries and which victim needs attention the quickest - it usually isn't the one making the most noise! If there is only one victim to rescue then the first consideration should be your safety. Do not approach the victim until you have assessed whether they are a risk to you