18 April 2018

Run, Hide, Tell, and now Treat

Run, Hide, Tell, and now Treat

The British government is constantly reviewing how prepared it is for terrorist incidents. Its official advice to those caught up in major incidents is to “Run, Hide, Tell”. They are to run as far away as possible, but if they cannot reach a place of safety, they should hide, and if it’s safe to do so, they should use their mobile phone to call the emergency services.

However, the UK charity CitizenAID has suggested extending the Government's  advice to “run, hide, tell, treat”. Given recent changes to how the police respond to potential terrorist incidents, the idea is that the general public should be encouraged to do what they can to help injured people around them until ambulance crews can access the scene.

You can read more on their web site at


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