Posted by Gold FM on 07/11/2012
The boys at the Waihi Volunteer Fire Service went from relax mode to full on this week. Things heated up with call outs to pesky fireworks incidents.
A grass fire last Wednesday, a controlled burn off just past the cemetery on SH2 Thursday, a bonfire at Clarke Street on Saturday and then several callouts on Sunday kept the service busy.
A motorcyclist ended up with broken bones after he collided with a fence and a young man learnt a lesson about overtaking and how it shouldn't be done. His decision making behind the wheel caused spectacular consequences.
Hear the details from Waihi's Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens. Click play and allow a few moments for the audio to open.
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