Hampshire firefighters will take on 38 fire services from across the UK in an annual rescue challenge.
The two day event in Liverpool takes place today and tomorrow (5th and 6th July) and will see teams compete in a number of tasks.
The firefighters will undertake vehicle extrication, trauma care, casualty management, water rescue, rope rescue and Urban Search and Rescue (USAR).
More than 600 competitors are expected to take part in the event staged by Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service and United Kingdom Rescue Organisation.
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