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Video: Teenagers show off fire rescue skills

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Teenagers showed the skills they learnt during a FireBreak course at the Crawley Fire Station this afternoon (March 28).

Pupils from schools around West Sussex took part in the Pass Out and awards ceremony where they role played a fire rescue operation and were awarded certificates in front of family and friends.

The FireBreak scheme is run by West Sussex County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service and is aimed at children between the ages of 12 and 14.

The course is designed to promote a culture of safety and citizenship through a structured programme of events, combining practical training with classroom-based workshops.

 

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