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Wednesday, 27 May 2015

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Cumbria firefighters in road safety message

CUMBRIA Fire and Rescue Service is joining firefighters across the country for a week of activities promoting road safety.

The message of this year’s UK Road Safety Week is: ‘Be Safe Out There’ and Cumbria FRS is supporting the week through targetted activity of some of the most vulnerable road users.

It is taking place from Monday June 9 to Sunday June 15.

During the week, the service will be working to get road safety messages across to pedestrians, young drivers, cyclists and motorcyclists.

Nationally 420 pedestrians died in road accidents in 2012 and 25,218 pedestrians were injured in road accidents.

For more information on road safety, contact Simone Garnett, community safety officer, at simone.garnett@cumbria.gov.uk.

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