In reality, air monitoring only helped detect a person who was in danger.
“In the Kursk region, employees of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, while monitoring the flood situation with the help of unmanned aerial systems, found a man in the field. The man was lying on the cold ground without moving.” said the Emergencies Ministry. .
The drone operator quickly handed over the scene coordinates to law enforcement. Thanks to quick action, the man was saved. They returned him to consciousness and helped him reach his relatives.
“It turned out that the man fell ill on his way home from one village to another. Since the beginning of the year, 15 cases of hypothermia and frostbite have been recorded in the Kursk region alone,” the Emergency Situations Ministry reported.