Indianapolis, In. — An Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) search and rescue K9 team deployed to California Sunday to assist ongoing search efforts for missing and unaccounted victims of California wild fires, the agency announced.Lillian Hardy and K9 Eris deployed to Butte County on Sunday, Nov. 25, and will return on Dec. 10. Hardy and Eris will assist local and state officials in human remains detection in areas devastated by the Camp Fire. The Camp Fire began Nov. 8, and has claimed at least 85 lives and left nearly 300 missing.Hardy leads the IDHS search and rescue training program and also assists Indiana public safety agencies in search and rescue operations, when requested. Hardy and Eris are certified through the National Search Dog Alliance for land and water human remains detection, the National Association for Search and Rescue for disaster human remains detection, as well as IDHS for cadaver land and water search.The K9 search and rescue program provides training to search and rescue teams from across the country. The program consists of structured classes of varying levels and disciplines from basic foundation training to advanced skills.Follow the Indiana Department of Homeland Security on Facebook or Twitter for updates.
Jose Mourinho doesn’t feel Romelu Lukaku is good enough for Chelsea and the club will look to sell the young striker in the future, according to Tony Cascarino.The former Blues forward says the Didier Drogba’s arrival is confirmation of what Mourinho thinks about Lukaku.“I’ve said before that I totally believe Mourinho doesn’t think Lukaku is good enough. If he thought Lukaku could come in and do a job it would have been a no-brainer, but I don’t think he’s ready,”“I’m not his biggest fan. I’ve looked at him over the last couple of years. He went to West Brom, was subbed lots of times, came on and had a great goalscoring record as a sub. He got a few goals and had a great run at the end of the season. Everton fans are also very undecided about him.”Cascarino says Lukaku doesn’t meet the standards required at Chelsea, and the club will look to move him on in the future, though matching their asking price for the forward may be difficult.“Sell him? That will eventually happen, but the price some clubs will look to pay for Lukaku won’t be the same as what Chelsea value him at. It’s a real conundrum for the player because he obviously wants to play football,”“He had times when he done very well for Everton; I saw him lots of times when he was mediocre. I felt his first touch certainly wasn’t up to the standard required of a team fighting at the top of the table.”