A petition against planned cuts to fire services in Torquay will be handed into Downing Street today.
Twenty two thousand people signed the petition after Devon and Somerset Fire & Rescue Service proposed axing Torquay's second full time crew.
They say it would make savings of 900 thousand pounds, but campaigners say it could cost lives.
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