Truro Safe

December 9th, 2018 by

Truro Safe have taken part in the #ThinkB4Upark initiative led by Cornwall Fire and Rescue ServiceTruro Community Fire Station visiting residents of Killigrew Gardens, St Erme, joined by Devon & Cornwall Police Truro Police Team, our Community Safety Team and St Erme Parish Council, to highlight the importance of parking responsibly following a number of concerns raised. The partners were able to speak to residents about the concerns and highlight that motorists must consider if an emergency vehicle can get past, as not doing so is putting lives at risk by blocking off roads.

 

 

 

The hashtag #ThinkB4Upark is being used across social media in the UK by other emergency services, who are experiencing delays in getting to incidents, due to badly parked cars or driving.

The Service does not endorse this campaign as a way and means of naming and shaming members of the public. It is to raise awareness and educate drivers to think about where and how they park. For more information please visit http://bit.ly/ThinkB4Upark or to find out more about Truro Safe visit Here

 

 

 

 

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