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MF&RS staff and guests at the launch of Safe Havens at Sefton community fire stations. See Page 7.
CONTENTS
Operational Incidents
A Day As A Firefighter
People On The Move
Hate Crime Campaign Operational Training Exercises Students Learn Road Safety Visit To Everton Under-21s Stay Safe In The Kitchen
Stub Out Smoking Reassurance Campaigns Well Well Well Operational Incidents The Final Word
Main cover picture:
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FOREWORD
It has been an action-packed start to the year for our Service.
Firefighters have been involved in a host of training exercises with a variety of organisations, from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the RAF. See Page 8.
A variety of road safety work has been undertaken with young people in the community, including college students and young footballers. See Page 10 and 11.
Primary school children have also been learning about what it takes to be a firefighter. See Page 5.
Please keep sending in your stories for Hot News. We want to hear your news.
Lyndsay Young, Editor
0151 296 4412 or email: hotnews@merseyfire.gov.uk
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Wirral Met College students Becky Jones, 18, and Becky Rudd, 19, with firefighter Mark McDonough during a road safety event at Birkenhead Community Fire Station. Photo by Lyndsay Young.
HOTNEWS
Why was this visit held? See page 14.
What happened at RAF Woodvale? See Page 9.


































































































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