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The Dense rows of cars along the residential houses and organizations, incorrectly parked vehicles and blocked fire lanes — unfortunately, this pattern often can be seen. However, the current situation must not become the norm.
the drive 21 of the fgbi "2 OPS RT" refers to the owners asking them not to block passage for fire transport, to show awareness and to Park their cars correctly to specialists in a timely manner to assist the victims in the fire.
Often firefighters have to deal with a serious problem – it is crowded with private vehicles, urban streets and driveways of residential yards. After receiving information about the fire challenge the fire chief is to quickly arrive at the alarm. Because of the speed of arrival on a scene directly affects the lives and health of people. But often the fire vehicles have to move slowly because of incorrectly parked in yards and on city streets of vehicles and blocked fire roads. While rushing to the aid of firefighters lose precious time. You have to look for detours, to install the machines uncomfortable to work, which also increases the time to prepare to extinguish the fire.
the drive 21 of the fgbi "2 OPS RT" refers to the owners: when choosing a Parking place, do not forget to leave free space of the entrance of fire equipment. We can not allow due to human indifference and indifference, people were left without help.
it Should be noted that for violation of requirements to ensure the passage of fire fighting vehicles provides for administrative liability.
the Question 21 of the drive Matulevich E. V.
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