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Accident demo to showcase safety measures at Emergency Services Show
posted on: 1/8/2012 11:58:35
ESS 2012

The Emergency Services Show will recreate a juggernaut hitting a car as part of the safety demonstrations at this year’s event.

The Road Haulage Association will demonstrate heavy rescue measures used by the emergency services.

The Broden Media event at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on 21-22 November is the show’s seventh edition and is expected to match the 2011 show total of 400 exhibitors and 4,500 visitors.

“This year we will focus on interoperability, which is the joined-up use of the emergency services,” said joint managing director David Brown. “The show is going from strength to strength.”
 
Stoneleigh Park's chief has marked his first year in office with a turnaround in the venue's finances and an intention to win more exhibition and events business.
 
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