Speakers of a foreign language needed for ‘train crash’ exercise in Claypole

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Volunteers who speak a foreign language are needed to take part in a full-scale simulated train crash, called Exercise Georgiana, taking place in Claypole between May 21 and 23, from 9.30am to 7pm.

Those taking part are asked to take along bags of luggage to use as props. Volunteers will play numerous roles for the exercise, which is run by the Lincolnshire Resilience Forum and aims to test Lincolnshire’s plans for dealing with a serious crash.

People are also needed to volunteer to re-enact going through a decontamination process at Grantham Hospital on Tuesday, May 21. Anybody who takes part must take along swimwear to change into.

To register an interest, or for more information, call 01522 582220 or e-mail: jems@lincoln.fire-uk.org