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Liverpool FC Under 18s team who visited the TDA to try firefighter training. See Page 13.
CONTENTS
Operational Incidents
Dog Rescued from River
People On The Move
Cakes Raise Charity Cash Campaigns After Serious Fires Older People’s Day Action
Signs Promote Sprinkler Project LFC Under 18s Visit
Bonfire Safety Campaign
Well Well Well
Operational Incidents
The Final Word
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FOREWORD
Staff have been out in the community in recent weeks in a number of campaigns aimed at keeping the community safe.
Staff across a variety of departments joined firefighters and prevention staff in carrying out Home Fire Safety Checks on Older People’s Day. See Pages 10 and 11.
More than 1,000 properties were visited in three reassurance campaigns after three serious fires in Merseyside. See Pages 8 and 9.
A huge amount of work has also been carried out over the Halloween and bonfire period, including the launch of a new bonfire safety film for schools. See Pages 14 and 15.
Please keep sending in your stories and photos for the Hot News so we can highlight your fantastic work.
Lyndsay Young, Editor
0151 296 4412 or email: hotnews@merseyfire.gov.uk
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Main cover picture:
Everton FC player Aaron Lennon in fire kit, supporting our Service’s bonfire campaign this year, pictured with Watch Manager Ian Mullen, of Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service and Superintendent Mark Wiggins, of Merseyside Police. Photo supplied by Everton Football Club.
HOTNEWS
See the work carried out for Older People’s Day.
See page 10.
Why is this man being given a Commendation? See page 5.


































































































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