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Crash Live 2015 - Huntly

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Police Scotland, along with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, the Scottish Ambulance Service and Community Safety for Aberdeenshire are looking to help people realise the severity of anti-social driving and its consequences.

The event will take place at the Huntly Fire Station, King Street, Huntly on Saturday 28 March 2015 at 2pm, where there will be a short presentation from the services in attendance and a staged crash within the grounds of the fire station, showing how the emergency services deal with a serious road collision from start to finish.

This will be followed by an informal question and answer session allowing those attending to gain a better understanding of the role the emergency services play.

Sergeant Sawers of the Marr Community Policing Team states:

"This type of event is a positive step to ensure we continue to get the message across about the dangers of anti-social and inappropriate driving. Operation Collinsville is currently ongoing within the South Marr area and proving to be very successful in reducing incidents of poor driving standards through education at the road side. It is hoped that this event will pull in drivers of all ages or those with a an interest in the work of the emergency services. A further event is planned for Alford later in the year."

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