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New Snake Cam Products

Exciting Additions To The Red Box International Product Range Red Box International are proud to announce the launch of the Colour DSP CCD Infra-red camera, with night vision and high resolution, and also the RBDVCSR-Micro, a pocket sized surveillance recorder. Both are invaluable complimentary products to the extremely successful “Snake Cam” range, however, the exceptional…


New additions to Snake Cam

New camera with a smaller diameter and new hand held screen with voice recording, inbuilt image capture device, and waterproof to 6 Metres. LED Camera The LED camera has been reduced in diameter from 35mm to 30mm. We are always working to reduce the size of our camera without reducing quality. We know this size…


Dog freed by ‘earthquake’ gadgets

A hi-tech listening device which finds people trapped in earthquake rubble has been used to save a dog which was stuck in a drain. Rescue teams used the vibraphone and a snake-eye camera to find the springer spaniel. It became stuck in a drain near Louth in Lincolnshire at about 2300 BST on Monday and…


Kent team continues rescue operation

Seven firefighters from Kent have set up camp in Iran and are helping to search for survivors of Friday’s huge earthquake. The Kent team has been split up and they are continuing the rescue operation even though hopes of finding survivors are said to be dwindling. More than 15,000 people are thought to have died…


Firefighters join rescue effort

Seven Hampshire-based Fire Fighters have arrived in Iran, following a devastating earthquake. The Hampshire Fire and Rescue fire crew form part of the international rescue effort which will be searching for survivors. It is estimated the earthquake near Bam has killed between 10,000 and 25,000 and injured another 30,000 people The fire crew flew out…


Race against time for search team

British rescuers in Iran have not given up hope of finding earthquake survivors despite recovering only bodies so far. But the leader of the Rapid-UK search team admits the chances of finding people alive in the ruins of Bam are dropping with each passing hour. More than 60 UK doctors, paramedics and volunteers have joined…


UK aid workers join quake effort

British rescue workers have arrived in Pakistan and begun pulling survivors to safety after the earthquake thought to have killed at least 19,000 people. Two aid flights have left the UK and the government has pledged £100,000, plus medics, staff and aid workers. A UK team has helped rescue five people from collapsed flats in…


UK team pulls child from rubble

UK rescuers have pulled a 14-year-old boy alive from the rubble of a collapsed building in Muzaffarabad, the epicentre of the Kashmir earthquake. “They pulled out a live person at 0800 local time on Monday, which is really good news,” said John Ryan, a spokesman for the International Rescue Corps. It comes as British rescue…


Utter Devastation

BRITISH rescue experts were arriving in Iran to help search for survivors of the devastating earthquake which has claimed the lives of up to 25,000 people. Recovery teams flew from Stansted airport last night (Friday) after the government paid for an aircraft to fly to the stricken country. International Development Secretary Hilary Benn, who described…


Yet Another Lucky Dog

ANGO IN THE DARK (Animal Rescue) Ten year old Jack Russell ‘Tango‘ recently had very good reason to feel grateful for the perseverance of West Sussex firefighters when she entered a rabbit warren whilst out on a walk with her owner. On the afternoon of the 14th April, crews from Station 14 Storrington were originally…