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Police Fire Services Speak to Students at Southland Baptist Church
Posted on July 2, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


On Friday 30th June, 2017, Corporals #3054 Smith and #3146 McPhee conducted a fire safety lecture at Southland Baptist Church.

17 students and 5 adults learned about the importance of installing a smoke detector, the dangers of playing with matches and lighters, "Stop, Drop and Roll" along with the procedures of reporting a fire.

The highlight of the day occurred when Fire Delta #18 arrived. The students were given the opportunity to view the extrication tools and handle a few of the small equipment that firefighters use daily.


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