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Always dial 999 in an emergency!
 

Always dial 999 in an emergency        If possible, ask someone to stand in a well lit place so the emergency services can find you easily        When dialling 999, always speak slowly, calmly and clearly        Is your house number or name clearly visible day and night?        Remember, a Community Responder may arrive before the Ambulance       

Blue lights in your mirror

 

#bluelightaware

Blue lights

You've seen the flashing lights - you've heard the sirens, but deciding what to do when an emergency vehicle is approaching from any direction can be a dilemma.

Here are some tips that will help you stay calm and safe and help our emergency vehicles get to their destination without delay.

  • Look and listen

    Check your mirrors regularly and make sure your music is not too loud.
  • Consider the route and size of the vehicle

  • You may need to move over even if the emergency vehicle is traveling in the opposite direction.
  • Signal your intentions using your indicators

  • This will help the emergency vehicle and other road users know what action you are taking.
  • Pull in or move over safely

  • You may not need to stop completely.
  • Don't stop opposite or near any obstructions

  • This will make the road narrower.
  • Avoid mounting kerbs/pavements where possible

  • Be aware of pedestrians, cyclists and other motorists.
  • Signal when you are pulling away

  • Motorists behind you may still be moving, be careful when rejoining the road.
  • Stay alert 

  • More emergency vehicles may be on the way.

A special thank you to our friends at the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust and the Blue Light Aware team for this useful information

Tadley Community First RespondersCalls to date...

6562

 For a detailed breakdown of the calls we have attended click here

 

Always dial 999 in an emergency        If possible, ask someone to stand in a well lit place so the emergency services can find you easily        When dialing 999, always speak slowly, calmly and clearly        Is your house number or name clearly visible day and night?        Remember, a Community Responder may arrive before the Ambulance