Emergency rescue teams such as first aid, fire and water rescue are heroes to ensure the safety of people’s lives and property, and although few people usually have the opportunity to see the equipment they use, now through a “Tetris challenge”, emergency rescue teams around the world have unveiled their usual equipment facilities, so that people can learn more about their work.
This “Tetris Challenge” is about arranging the equipment of the emergency response unit in a neat arrangement to show the diversity and quantity of the equipment.
According to the New York Post, the first to post a photo of the “Tetris Challenge” was two New Zealand police officers who lined up their vehicles and equipment next to them, and then two Zurich police officers joined them in posting photos of their “Tetris Challenge” and then set off a frenzy. The reason is called the “Tetris Challenge” is because the items and equipment are arranged in a neat manner like playing “Tetris” when the tight seam, people feel extremely comfortable.
Emergency teams such as The Israel Ambulance, The British Water Rescue, the Us Air Force Base Guard and others are already involved in the “Tetris Challenge”, a trend that is a bit like the Ice Bucket Challenge of the year, but through this event we can gain a deeper understanding of their work.