Incidents that we have attended so far in 2016 are displayed on this clickable map, and are summarised in full in the list below. If you want to find out more about a particular incident, just zoom in and click on the icon, where you can read the full story.
This week we launched our new #WaterSafety campaign - thanks to everyone who has given us feedback and supported us so far ❤️
Here's a reminder about the devastating consequences of going into open water and why we tell people not to take the risk 😢
💔 Several young people have lost their lives after going for a swim or jumping into open water.
To help us raise awareness of the dangers of open water we are working with family members and friends who have lost loved ones to drowning @missmybabyboy@SparkysCrew@_jpfoundation
The weather might not be great today but we are pleased all the same to launch our new water safety campaign to help prevent accidental drownings in Greater Manchester’s waterways 🌊
These incidents do tend to happen more so when it's hot, however, can happen at any time 😢 pic.twitter.com/XobCSQtBx3
At 15:55 yesterday we were contacted by @NWAmbulance who were requesting our assistance near Rivington Pike.
A three year old boy was out walking with his family just below the Pike tower when he was struck by a male riding a mountian bike.
As we enter further easing of restrictions this weekend the @NWAmbulance have enhanced their plans to ensure we can respond to the increase in demand we will face. Please be careful, and remember we are still dealing with COVID-19. #SaveLives