‘Crash Live’ to save lives in Aberdeenshire

12.00 | 6 February 2015 | | 1 comment

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) and Police Scotland are staging an event this weekend in a bid to reduce the number of casualties on Aberdeenshire’s roads.

The aim of the Crash Live event is to raise awareness locally and enhance road safety across Aberdeenshire where there have been a number of serious and fatal road incidents over the past few months.

Crash Live is aimed at all ages and will involve firefighters and police officers speaking about the difficult work they do at the scene of a road traffic collision. There will be a ‘live’ simulation of the aftermath of a serious road traffic collision.

Bruce Milne, SFRS station manager, said: “We have run events like this in the past and they have always proved popular. We would encourage people of all ages to come along as there are messages which will apply to everyone.”



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    I am glad to hear that this staging is only part of an ongoing overall safety strategy.

    bob Craven Lancs…. Space is safe campaigner
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