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Children primed for state of emergency.

BANDAGES, smoke alarms and who to call in an emergency were just some of the topics covered by the emergency services during a talk for children at a Coventry nursery.

Firefighters wowed kids with their engine and sirens at Westwood Day Nursery, Westwood Way, Canley.

The 16 pre-school children were treated with the visit as part of child safety week.

The ambulance service had already made a visit and police officers will entertain them next week.

Canley fire station sub officer Marc Iwaniszewski said: "We try to make things fun and asking them about smoke alarms and make them aware of what the fire service does."

Four-year-old Kyle Farrugia said: "I liked having the fire engine here and hearing the siren. It was fun trying the hose."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jun 26, 2006
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