Emergency vehicles keep NHS tributes rolling
By Rob Freeman | 30th April 2020
It has become one of the high points of the week as we all pay tribute to the workers on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.
The moment we briefly emerge from lockdown and join together to clap for the NHS at 8pm on Thursdays.
We have all seen the images of emergency services joining in with the tributes, blue lights flashing.
And now the staff who help keep the emergency vehicles on the road have done their bit with a tribute to NHS workers.
The Tri-Service Fleet maintenance staff from Gloucestershire Fire, Police and Ambulance services joined forces to honour NHS staff as part of the nation's Clap for Carers tribute.
More than a dozen emergency service vehicles were used to honour fellow frontline workers at the Tri-Service Headquarters based in Quedgeley with a special emergency service vehicle display in the shape of the NHS.
The Tri-Service Workshops provide fleet management and maintenance for all the county's emergency service vehicles.
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