Ten firefighters and three vehicles from the CEIS will be ready at three points in the race for Holy Thursday and Good Friday
The Ministry of Health, through the Emergency Management of the Region of Murcia, as well as the Justice and Public Safety, through the Consortium for Fire Fighting and Rescue Region of Murcia (CEIS), cooperate with Emergency Municipal Services to provide security during the processions and parades Bible-Passion Lorca.
The safety device shall consist of a Rapid Intervention Vehicle (RIV) with your doctor, nurse and driver of Emergency Management, as well as ten firefighters and three fire engines, the CEIS who shall serve during Holy Thursday and Good Friday .
In addition, with the collaboration of professionals from Red Cross, Local Police and Civil Protection of Lorca.
The Director of Emergency Management, José Antonio Alvarez, said "the aim is to act as quickly as possible to avoid any unforeseen incidents."
In this regard, he added that "it is essential collaboration between all professionals involved in this task for maximum efficiency."
The general director of Public Safety and Emergency Luis Gest, said the emergency public services "are always ready to act where they are required, the fastest and most effective" and that the objective of the deployment of firefighters is to "ensure any small fire rescue or other demand is resolved as soon as possible to minimize and its consequences. "
Gestoso specified that firefighters deployed along the procession race "reinforces the usual device of firefighting and rescue every day in the park stands guard Lorca."
This provision of fire will hit the streets priest Emilio García Navarro, Oval Santa Paula and Juan Carlos I (at the height of the Secondary School 'Ramón Arcas'), from 17:00 am until the end of the processions, both Holy Thursday and Good Friday.
For its part, the VIR will serve Holy Thursday, April 21 from 18:30 to 00:00 hours and in the Procession of Silence, from 00:00 to 2:00 in the Square star.
During Friday's session will also be operational to meet any emergency from 18:30 to 1:00 pm.
Alvarez said, meanwhile, that the presence of VIR is "very important" in such acts as "saving valuable minutes in the first critical patient care, because their response time is less than that of the Mobile Unit Emergency (UME) and the Emergency Services in Primary Care (PCES). "
The VIR is equipped with electro-technology and medical devices similar to the EMU and its main function, according to Director of Management, is the assistance 'in situ' accident and emergency in public health or home, as well as transfer of patients, in cases where necessary.