SAN FRANCISCO－DJI，a Chinese manufacturer of consumer and commercial drones，made headlines in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond last week by helping to locate a missing teen. The police department in Fremont，California，on Tuesday, issued a public notice detailing how a drone had helped officers locate a missing teen.
A police dispatcher(调度员)received a call around 8:30 pm on Feb 5 from the California Highway Patrol，which requested assistance in locating a missing student from the California School for the Deaf.
Several officers responded on foot to the scene，conjunction of railroad track and road. Police also deployed a drone to expedite (加快)the search. The drone，later identified as a DJ I Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual model，is equipped with a thermal imaging camera system that enables searching in the dark.
Shortly after the drone took off，the pilot reported a heat spot；it was the missing teenager，who was hiding in bushes. The pilot then guided officers through the communication system to approach the youth，who was cold and hungry. He was then rushed to paramedics(护理人员)nearby.
Lieutenant Matt Snelson，in charge of the department's unmanned aerial-vehicle program，said the search for and rescue of "a young man who needed help，and to get him to the resources he needed" was a big success for "our UAV(无人机)team and our community". The technology allowed officers to expedite the search，which normally could have taken several hours and more resources，he said，adding，"We have been training and expanding our program to be prepared for this exact scenario.”
Fremont，home to Tesla and several high-tech unicorn startups，is an early adopter of drones. The city administrator approved the purchase of the drones，along with the mecessary training，about three years ago.
"We feel so grateful that our technology has been used to help a young man's life.”Adam Lisberg，corporate communication director of DJI North America，told China Daily. According to available statistics，the Fremont teen was the 211th on a global public safety list of drone-assist rescues，said Lisberg. Shao Yang，a newly elected Fremont City Council member，shared the story of the DJI drone-assisted police search on social media.“A successful integration of high-tech and protection of lives，”he concluded.
32.What position does Shao Yang hold according to the news report?
A.A police dispatcher.
B.A Fremont City Council member.
C.Corporate communication director of DJI North America
D.Lieutenant in charge of the department's unmanned aerial-vehicle program.
33.Why is the drone equipped with a thermal imaging camera system?
A.It can make the drone fly at a very high speed.
B.1t call enable the drone see someone or something more clearly.
C.It can enable the drone to find someone or something quite far.
D.It can make the drone find someone or something in the dark.
34.What does the underlined word“scenario” in Para.5 mean?
A.A situation that could possibly happen.
B.A place that someone or something is going to.
C.A person，event，or thing that makes something happen
35.Which can serve as the best title for the news report?
A.China-made drone Helps locate missing teen
B.Missing teen is rushed to paramedics nearby
C.Call requests assistance in locating a missing student
D.Police deploy drone to expedite search for missing teen