An official firefighting rescue team was stationed at the National Museum of China, the biggest museum in the world, on Thursday, marking the establishment of the first firefighting rescue work station that is specially set up for a museum in China. 

The firefighting rescue national museum station consists of 25 staff members with 20 firefighters and is equipped with two fire-fighting trucks. It aims to better protect the national museum, which houses more than 1.4 million precious exhibits, and prevent it from suffering similar tragic blazes like those that decimated the National Museum of Brazil and severely damaged Notre Dame Cathedral.