Firefighter Let's Play


Firefighter

Imaginative preschool show. Rebecca steps through the Magic Curtain to play firefighters. Can she save the day and put out the fire at the bakery?


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# Let's play

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# Let's play

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# Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's have an adventure, hooray

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# Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's play

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# Who could we be today?

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# What could we do?

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# I'd like to drive a racing car

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# Or fly to the moon

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# I could be a firefighter

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# A farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour

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# Or I could be a chef

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# Let's play

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# Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's play

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# Let's have an adventure today

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# Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's play. #

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REBECCA SNIFFS

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Are you all right, Rebecca?

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Yeah. I'm OK.

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Rebecca, what's wrong?

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Nothing, Sid. Carry on reading your magazine.

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REBECCA SNIFFS

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You look so sad!

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I'm not sad. I'm just peeling an onion.

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They always make me cry!

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Step aside and let the Sid see the onion.

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Root vegetable, prepare to be prepared. And...

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It really is strong!

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Are you sure you can do this?

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Of course I can. It's only an onion.

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SID SNIFFS AND SOBS

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We'll never get the onion soup made at this rate.

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-I wish we were making potato soup.

-Anything but onion!

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-Hold on. It's time.

-Great!

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-It's time to play!

-Whose turn is it today?

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-Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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-Me!

-Me!

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# Let it be me, let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me, let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me

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# Let, let, let, let, let, let, let it be me

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# Let it be me, let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me... #

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-Could it be me?

-Could it be me?

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It's me!

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# Yes, it's me, yes, it's me

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# I'm really, really really, really happy. #

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It's me!

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Look, there's the dressing up room.

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# Let's play... #

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What are we going to play?

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Let's find out.

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An ancient Egyptian headdress, a mountain-climber's outfit

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and ballerina shoes?

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I don't think so!

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Let's try again.

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This time we've got on a yellow helmet,

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a jacket, trousers and boots.

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I know what this means. We're going to play firefighters.

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What do we need to know?

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First of all, firefighters are brave people who put out dangerous fires.

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Firefighters must always be ready to leap into action.

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Their equipment must always be ready

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because every second counts when you're fighting a fire.

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Firefighters travel to a fire in a fire engine.

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They drive very fast because the quicker they can get to a fire,

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the quicker they can put it out.

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They use a loud siren to let people know they are coming

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so they can move out of the way.

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As well as flames, another hazard in a fire is the smoke.

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To help them breathe when smoke is around them,

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firefighters wear breathing equipment

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that allows them to breathe in a smoky room.

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That's what we need to remember.

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Do we need anything else?

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Birdseed? Well, that's a surprise!

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I wonder what that's for?

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I'm sure it will come in handy.

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OK, we've got everything we need.

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Let's go!

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# Let's play. #

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Wooh-wooh, nee-nah, nee-nah, wooh-wooh, wooh-wooh!

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Wooh, hoo-hoo, hoo! Eh, Sid, can you guess what we're playing today?

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No, I can't see, Rebecca. I can't see anything.

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My eyes are watering from peeling this onion.

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We're going to play firefighters!

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SID SOBS AND SNIFFS

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I'm really happy for you. Have a nice time.

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Will do! Wooh-wooh!

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SID SOBS

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# Let's play. #

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Let's play firefighters!

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Woah!

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REBECCA LAUGHS

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Oooh!

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# Let's play. #

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Where are we?

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It looks like we're in a street.

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We need to find a fire station.

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You need to be in a fire engine if you're a firefighter.

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I can't have a firefighting adventure without a fire engine.

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Where is it?

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Ooh!

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A fire engine! A real fire engine!

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We really are in the right place!

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I like fire engines.

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So red and so shiny!

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Look! There's a ladder on the top.

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I reckon it's one of those that goes really long and really high.

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Oh! Look at this!

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A real fire hose!

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Pshhhhh! Stand back! Firefighter Rebecca, here to save the day!

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Pshhhhh! Pshhhhh! Firefighter Rebecca reporting for duty!

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-Pshhhh!

-It's about time too!

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-Oh! Hello!

-Hello, fire chief Adair!

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Firefighter Rebecca reporting for duty.

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That's better. A fire station should always be clean and tidy.

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What should a fire station be?

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-Erm... Clean and tidy?

-That's right!

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HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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So why is that in such a tangle?

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-Why is what in such a tangle?

-That hose, in a tangle, on the floor.

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Oh, er... I found it like this?

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We can't have tangled fire hoses in a fire station. Why is that?

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I... Erm...

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Ooh, we need to get this question right to prove we're a firefighter.

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Come on, you can get this.

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What is it we need to know?

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BELL TINKLES

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Oh, I remember. Do you?

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That's it! Firefighters must always be ready to leap into action.

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The fire equipment must always be ready.

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Every second counts when you're fighting a fire.

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That's it! Well done, Firefighter Rebecca.

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You'll fit in around here just fine.

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Phew!

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-Fire chief Adair?

-Hmm?

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Will we be fighting a fire today?

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Who knows? But we must be ready and waiting at all times.

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This town is relying on us, if there is a fire.

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Right. Let's untangle this hose.

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Phew!

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# Let's play. #

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OK, that's the fire hose sorted.

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Now all we need is a...

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ALARM BELL RINGS

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Woah! An alarm!

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A fire!

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ALARM BELL RINGS

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Firefighter Rebecca, where are you?

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I'm here.

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Where is she?

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Firefighter Rebecca...woah!

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-There you are! This is an emergency. Is everything ready?

-Yes, sir.

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Time is of the essence.

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We need to make our way to the Badcrust Bakery right away!

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OK. Er...

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HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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-We'll take the fire engine.

-Yes. Of course.

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Of course.

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# Let's play. #

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This is beyond exciting!

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We're in a proper fire engine being proper firefighters.

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No time to chat, we've got to get a move on

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if we're going to put that fire out.

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Yes, sir.

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Come on, step on it.

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Oh, right, sir.

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Ooh!

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Oh, this is great!

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Oh, what's that?

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-There's something in the road.

-Slow down, firefighter Rebecca.

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SID WHISTLES

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What is that?

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It's a tractor. I don't think he's seen you.

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We need to get past him right away!

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-This is an emergency.

-No worries.

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Leave it to me. I'll sort this out.

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Hello! Excuse me, we're in a bit of a hurry.

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Do you mind moving your tractor?

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MUSIC PLAYS OUT OF HEADPHONES

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REBECCA WHISTLES

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CAN YOU MOVE, PLEASE?

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MUSIC PLAYS OUT OF HEADPHONES

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Come on, you know what to do!

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Erm... Do I?

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How can we get the tractor to move?

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What is it we need to know?

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BELL TINKLES

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Hold on. I've remembered. Do you?

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That's it!

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Firefighters use sirens to let people know they're coming

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so they can move out of the way.

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That's it! I'll use the sirens.

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I'll use the sirens.

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That's the way. Hit that siren.

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Oh, no. That's not it.

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Oh, no.

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Oh. Here it is. This is it.

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SIREN WAILS

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-There we go.

-What?!

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Thank you! Thanks, sir!

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That got him moving all right.

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That siren is really loud!

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How much fun is this?!

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Right. We're on our way again.

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-Good work, firefighter Rebecca. Drive carefully now.

-Will do, sir.

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This is a great way of getting around.

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Hold on, Rebecca. More people in the way.

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SIREN WAILS

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Thank you. Thanks very much.

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REBECCA SNIFFS

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-Can you smell something, sir?

-Yes, smells like toast.

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SID SNIFFS

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Burnt toast!

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-Yes, so it is!

-That must be the smell of the bakery on fire.

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Not far now. Put your foot down!

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Yes, sir. Come on, firefighters. We've got work to do.

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Here they are. The firefighters. They've arrived.

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Just in time. Thank goodness!

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-Thank you for coming.

-OK, stand back, everyone. Stand well back.

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Thank goodness you're here!

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I was in the kitchen. I thought I could smell smoke.

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I went to the front of the shop and sure enough,

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there it was, smoke and then I saw the flames...

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No problem, sir. What say we talk about this when your bakery

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isn't burning to the ground?

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Of course. I suppose you want to get on with putting the fire out.

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That would be good. We'll soon have this fire out.

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-I'll get the fire hose ready, sir.

-Good call, Firefighter Rebecca.

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Don't worry, Mr Badcrust, we'll soon have this fire out.

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Stand clear, please!

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I'll just stand out of the way.

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Ready, aim, go!

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Woah!

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Ahhh!

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Ooh! This thing's got a life of its own!

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Ahhh!

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-Ohh!

-Brace yourself, Firefighter Rebecca!

-I'm bracing!

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Aim at the base of the blaze.

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Put that fire out!

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Woah!

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Is this working? Are we putting out the fire? Ooooh!

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Is it over? Can I go back in now?

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-Stand back! Keep well clear! It's still not safe!

-Crumbs!

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Look! It's nearly out!

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Oh!

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There. We've done it.

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You've done very well.

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Thanks, Mr Badcrust. All in a day's work for a firefighter.

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I think your buns are going to be a bit soggy, though.

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Yes, I'll not be able to sell any wet buns.

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HE GASPS

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-Never mind my soggy buns. What about carrot cake?

-That'll be soggy too.

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No, it's the name of my parrot, Carrot Cake.

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Look, he's up there. He won't come out.

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Oh, no! Poor Carrot Cake!

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Yes, poor Carrot Cake!

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Yes. Up there in that smoky room.

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What are we going to do?

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How will we get out Carrot Cake?

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-The fire chief said the building still isn't safe.

-That's right.

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-This is an emergency situation.

-You can count on me, sir.

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Get ready, Firefighter Rebecca. You are going...

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# Let's play. #

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Look, I'm on the extending ladder.

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Don't worry, though. I've got my harness on.

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Don't worry, Carrot Cake. The nice firefighter is on her way.

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Ah! He's a lovely bird. I've had him since he was a chick.

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Stop!

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Woah! That's really smoky!

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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How am I supposed to help Carrot Cake if my eyes are watering

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and I keep coughing?

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BELL TINKLES

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Hold on, I know!

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I remember. Do you?

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That's it.

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To help them breathe when smoke is around,

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firefighters use breathing equipment.

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Down again, please.

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Coming back down again.

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Don't forget to bring the parrot!

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I'm getting some breathing equipment then I'm going straight back up.

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Ooh, she's very brave!

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# Let's play. #

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MUFFLED VOICE: This should do the trick. Let's get Carrot Cake.

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-Going up.

-Up you go.

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That's high enough. Stop.

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Carrot Cake, can you see me?

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Come on, fly onto my arm away from this nasty smoke.

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Carrot Cake, come on, flap over here.

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Carrot Cake, you come here right now.

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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He won't come!

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He doesn't want to leave his perch. How can I get him to come to me?

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BELL TINKLES

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Wait a minute. What about this?

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Birdseed!

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Yes!

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That's it, Carrot Cake. Get your beak around some of this.

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Hooray! Yes!

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Great work!

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Oh, Carrot Cake. Well done, Carrot Cake! And you, Firefighter Rebecca.

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He's safe. What a relief!

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What a firefighter! I'm so proud!

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I think I've got a bit of smoke in my eye.

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HE SNIFFS

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HE BLOWS HIS NOSE

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Oh, Carrot Cake!

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My lovely Carrot Cake!

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Once we've cleaned up this mess, I'll bake you your own baguette!

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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All right, you can have two.

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We did it. We were proper firefighters.

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Well done. You can serve at this fire station any time you want.

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Thank you, sir. All in a day's work for a firefighter.

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METAL CLANGS

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We would never have done it without remembering everything

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we needed to know.

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Firefighters must make sure all their equipment is ready.

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Every second counts when you're fighting a fire.

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They use a loud siren to let people know they're coming

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so they can move out of the way.

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When smoke is around them, they wear breathing equipment.

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I think it's time we went home.

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Bye-bye, Firefighter Rebecca.

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Yes, thank you, Firefighter Rebecca.

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When I get the bakery running again, I'll bake you your own crusty loaf.

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Thank you, Mr Badcrust.

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CARROT CAKE SQUAWKS

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Bye-bye to you too, Carrot Cake.

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Bye, everyone.

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# Let's play. #

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I drove a fire engine. I used a fire hose to put out the fire.

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And I saved a parrot. It was the best adventure yet!

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That sounds so cool!

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It was. And you should have heard the fire engine!

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Woo-woo-woo-woo-woo!

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I wish I had. I've been peeling these onions for our onion soup.

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My eyes have been watering and my nose has been running.

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-I wish there was another way to do it.

-I might have the very thing.

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-Try this.

-A mask! I can put this on and my eyes won't be watering.

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-Thanks, Rebecca.

-You're welcome.

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Playing fire-fighters was great fun. What do you like to play?

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I like to play knights and ride a really fast horse.

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I ride my horse like this.

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It's great if I'm playing puppies. I'm very noisy.

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I wag my tail like this.

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I like to play clowns and pull silly faces like this.

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It's fun to play. Start playing today.

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Go to:

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Click on Let's Play.

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See you soon.

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Rebecca steps through the Magic Curtain to play firefighters. Can she save the day and put out the fire at the bakery, and will Carrotcake the parrot be safe?


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