Fire chiefs announce £230k investment after devastating Boxing Day floods



Fire chiefs in West Yorkshire have pledged to spend more than £200,000 on improving safety equipment and training for firefighters following the devastating floods last winter. West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority carried out a detailed review of the service's capabilities after the Boxing Day floods in 2015, which ravaged homes and businesses in parts of the region.
Now it has announced the authority will invest £230,000 towards improvements to water rescue equipment, and training, in the wake of the unprecedented demand during the flooding.
Jim Butters, area manager for operations... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 27
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