Have you ever wondered where fire stations keeps the millions upon millions of gallons of water which are used to fight fires?
To be fair, you probably haven’t, but we thought that we would share this photo that was sent into us by a Firefighter who found that their crew room was more-or-less under water.
It made us think that maybe fire stations could start to ‘store’ any excess water needed for fighting fires in a similar manner rather than having to rely on topping up their fire engines in the usual way?
If you are a firefighter, and you encounter a similar situation at your fire station, then why not take advantage of the excess water by throwing some Persil into the flood water and then getting your oppos to jump up-and-down?
Doing this (might) create a huge washing machine meaning that you wont have to constantly send your kit off to be professionally cleaned!
Just think of the money that can be saved on laundry bills etc and how uplifting the scent of persil wafting around the fire station could be…
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