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19th January, 2021 - 03:29am: At 03:29 fire control took a 999 call from an occupant of a house in L...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 8.08pm: Ambulance Control requested attendance of DWFRS at a two vehicle RTC a...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 7.10pm: A crew from Swindon were mobilised to a report of tyres and rubbish on...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 6.41pm: DWFRS Fire Control received an emergency call to flooding in a propert...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 1520hrs: Multiple crews attended a fire in high rise property fire in Bournemou...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 1059: Fire involving a 2 floor building 10m x 20m. Severe fire damage to gro...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 15:00: Westlea responded to an alarm activation at a residential property in ...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 14:41: Springbourne and Christchurch out to reports of a fire in a property, ...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 12:32: After receiving numerous calls about thick black smoke from an unknown...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 12:48: Cranborne and Verwood attended an RTC involving one vehicle. Two peopl...Read more

Safe Drive Stay Alive volunteer

Safe Drive Stay Alive (SDSA) is a presentation delivered to young people of new driving age.

An initiative supported by the Police, NHS and Ambulance Service, this dramatisation is punctuated by real life stories from these emergency services of incidents involving young drivers.

Our team of volunteers support the presentation, keeping an eye on the audience and being available if anyone would like to talk through any issues.

There would also be the opportunity, if you have been unfortunate enough to have been involved in an accident and feel up to it, to take part in the presentation to talk about your experience.

For more information, view the job role.

 

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