Thursday, 1 November 2012

remember, remember’ to take extra care on Bonfire Night

please taske care...

Rockets can travel at around 150 miles an hour and simple sparklers can reach temperatures in excess of 1,000°C.

build bonfires well away from buildings, fences, trees and garden structures, never burn aerosols, tyres, canisters or anything containing foam or paint, don’t use petrol or paraffin to get the fire, keep fireworks in a closed box and never go near a firework that has been lit.

The safest way to enjoy bonfires and fireworks is to go to an organised public display but if you are planning on lighting your own, please take extra care.

Taking just a few simple precautions can mean the difference between having an enjoyable evening and one to remember for all the wrong reasons.

if not, see you in A&E, its that serious

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