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Missing Blue Light

7th September 2017

Update 14th September Bring light home! 
We are worried about the welfare of our missing blue light, it must be feeling low now and missing its friends and colleague 'charging unit'. We'd definitely be pleased to see it returned to us. If you know where it is please drop the light off at, or contact, Northallerton fire station.

8th September

On the 10th of August whilst dealing with an incident in the Bankhead road area of Northallerton, someone chose to remove a flashing blue light, similar to the one in the picture, that was being used to identify a hazard.

Acts like this put the safety of the emergency services staff and others at the scene, at risk.

Whilst the light may look cool at the moment, the battery will go flat soon and it cannot be charged without the case.

If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of the light please contact Northallerton fire station.

 Pulsar Light

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