Warwick Emergency Services Remember Day

The theme is ‘Remember Day’ which will highlight that members of the Warwick Emergency Services (Police, Fire, Ambulance and SES) remember those who have been killed or injured in traffic crashes and encourage members of the community to:

firstly remember those persons and
secondly remember to drive safely themselves.

The morning will consist of the following
* Street parade of emergency service vehicles (Police, Fire, Ambo and SES) on Tuesday 22/6/10 commencing 0900hrs going down Palmerin from Percy Street to Leslie Park, Warwick
* A short service and speeches in Leslie Park conducted by Police Chaplain. Music by Warwick State High School Band.
* Emergency service vehicles and personnel available to public.

The event should take no more than 1 hour. As part of the Service a black wrist band with the word ‘Remember’ on it will be distributed to signify this commitment to remember those killed and injured as well as remembering to drive safely yourself.

It is hoped that the community generally and schools will support this initiative. Warwick Emergency Services Remember Day has been arranged in partnership with the Warwick Emergency Services, Warwick Daily News and Southern Downs Regional Council

Greg Morrow
District Officer
Queensland Police Warwick District Office,
86 Fitzroy Street, Warwick
Ph 4660 4450

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