Gwasanaeth Tan Lisa: Y Dyn ei Hun


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Gwasanaeth Tan

Lisa Angharad sy'n ymuno a gwyr dewr Gwasanaeth Tan Canolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru. Lisa Angharad joins the brave men of the Mid and West Wales Fire Service and tries her hand at ...


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-I'm Lisa Angharad

-and in this series...

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-..I'll be trying professions

-traditionally associated with men.

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-This week, I'm a firefighter.

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-In Britain,

-only 4% of firefighters are female.

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-Follow me, sisters,

-as I carry the flame.

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-This is a dangerous challenge...

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-..but I'll be helped

-by men holding their hosepipes.

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-Is it me or is it hot in here?

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-Fortunately,

-there's a fireman in our family.

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-Uncle Roy has been a fireman

-for years.

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-I'm hoping he can pass on

-some valuable tips.

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-# Fire in our religion,

-fire in our language

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-# Fire, fire, fire

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-# Fire

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-# Let's light a fire

-like the fire in Lleyn #

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-Uncle Roy, are you OK?

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-You're a member of the group,

-the supergroup, Plethyn.

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-Since when have you been a fireman?

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-A fireman?

-I've never been a fireman, Lisa.

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-I've worked in schools for years.

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-I've worked in schools for years.

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-What?

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-Hiya, Mam?

-Uncle Roy isn't a fireman.

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-No, really. He says he's a teacher.

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-Morriston Fire Station.

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-I'm going to learn

-how to be a fireman.

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-Come and see the hunks.

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-The Mid & West Wales Fire and

-Rescue Service Training Centre...

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-..is in Earlswood near Neath.

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-I'm here for some fire-fighting

-experience.

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-I'm kitted out and learning the

-basics before you can say Sam Tan.

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-Ah, ah, ah!

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-Soon, I was in pain.

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-It became apparent why everyone

-else was practically bald!

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-I need something.

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-I need something.

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-I think, next time...

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-..we'll use one of these.

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-The choice is to wear that

-or get the clippers out.

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-This, please.

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-Do I look as if I'm in

-an eisteddfod? "The Badger."

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-Let's go outside

-and get ready for the run.

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-Come on, boys.

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-This is the first task.

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-We're all getting ready

-to go into the rat-run.

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-Lisa will be heading for this cage.

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-She'll enter through that door

-and go into the cage.

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-Everyone in the fire service

-goes through this test.

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-It's a tight space.

-I have to find my way out.

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-I'll be wearing this blindfold mask.

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-I won't be able to see a thing.

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-I also have this hulk of bulk

-on my back.

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-Unfortunately, a lot of people

-are very claustrophobic.

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-Lisa might struggle

-to complete this test.

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-It could get messy.

-Get ready for some screaming.

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-Are we ready? I am.

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-I can't even see the floor.

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-I can't even see the floor.

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-You're not supposed to.

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-Stand still, Lisa.

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-As each layer went on,

-I heard and saw less.

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-I felt like a big teddy bear,

-but with a mask and oxygen tank...

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-..on its back.

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-You're doing well, Lisa.

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-Remember what's on your back.

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-Don't worry about the other hand -

-keep going.

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-Easy does it.

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-How do you feel now?

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-Feet down.

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-This is a tricky part so keep

-your chest close to the ground.

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-Take care as you go through.

-OK, well done, Lis.

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-Use your hands and feet

-to work out which way to go.

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-Keep going.

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-OK, this is tricky.

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-Sit on your backside.

-Bring your backside under.

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-With my pulse racing,

-I felt like a badger with asthma.

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-And then come out.

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-Well done, Lis.

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-You're almost there.

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-I've never been happier

-to feel a man's hand on me.

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-Watch the hair, Carwyn, really!

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-Hold on. We'll change the cylinder

-and go back through.

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-No, we won't!

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-Can you see the sweat? That was

-horrible, absolutely horrible.

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-My wrists hurt.

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-My knees hurt.

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-I did have a little panic

-but I finished it way before these!

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-Do you need some help

-or are you alright?

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-OK, keep going, you're doing well.

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-But Carwyn

-hadn't finished with me yet.

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-He wanted me to go through

-that hole.

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-If a fireman's helmet

-can go through any hole...

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-..so can any part of the body.

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-I don't think he's seen hips

-like mine before.

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-Mastering the cage task and

-squeezing through tight spaces...

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-..can save lives and produce

-embarrassing shots for the camera.

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-Whoo-hoo!

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-Pull the set through the hole.

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-Next, we're going to prepare you

-for the emergency call.

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-The quickest way to come down

-from upstairs is by using the pole.

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-In you go, have a look at the pole.

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-You'll slide down the pole and

-we'll be away to extinguish a fire.

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-Happy?

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-No, Aled.

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-Great. Follow me.

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-Here's the pole.

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-Here's the pole.

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-It's like walking to Death Row.

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-You'll be fine.

-Look ahead, not down.

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-I'll open the door

-and Tony will give us a hand.

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-He'll keep the door open

-and make sure you're safe.

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-Here's what you have to do.

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-Place your hands on the pole

-and lean onto it.

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-The last thing you do is wrap

-your legs around it and slide down.

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-Tony and I will hold you

-so don't worry about it.

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-We'll hold you.

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-Lean onto it, lean onto it.

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-Like this, like this? Aaahhh!

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-No, I can't.

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-I'm going to cry before I reach

-the bottom. I'm welling up now.

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-I'm tired.

-You've worked me too hard.

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-Oh, my God.

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-Go in, press your breastbone

-against the pole.

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-Step off, step off.

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-I'm not gripping it with my hands.

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-Hold it as tight as you can

-and step on.

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-One... Oh, my God.

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-My foot hurts,

-I'm pressing it so hard.

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-One... two...

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-..three!

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-I'm so close to doing it.

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-Go on then, well done, well done.

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-OK, got it. Let go.

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-Ooh! Oh, my God.

-I definitely let go.

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-Don't worry, you're alright.

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-Fair play,

-she showed a lot of confidence.

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-She was very emotional

-but she did the job!

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-OK, so I just did it.

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-I didn't do a great job.

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-I let go halfway through.

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-Beep-beep!

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-Aled's on his way down.

-Here he comes.

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-I really didn't enjoy that.

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-You did a brilliant job.

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-I'm very proud of you.

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-That's probably

-your scariest experience yet.

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-After that dramatic experience...

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-..I joined Sketty Fire Brigade's

-weekly training run.

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-This was one of the best rides

-I'd ever had.

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-Today's task - rescue a person

-from a height and extinguish a fire.

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-I'm not quite ready.

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-This tower is much higher

-than the pole...

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-..but this time,

-I'm strapped in with a hunk.

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-Do you want a hand-up?

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-Do you want a hand-up?

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-Thank you.

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-No problems. Perks of the job.

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-After the rescue,

-it was time to put the fire out.

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-I could control the water using

-a remote control on the ground.

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-This was like playing

-in the arcade in Aber fair.

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-I'm hoping to win a goldfish!

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-That's it, after all the fuss

-on a five-metre pole...

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-..I've just been lifted

-30 metres up.

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-I was squirting water

-onto the towering inferno!

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-Thank you very much, boys,

-for letting me go up there...

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-..and for letting me control it.

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-Was I alright?

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-Excellent. Really good.

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-You can start on Monday.

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-You can start on Monday.

-

-God. Lunch then. Come on, boys.

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-Hopeless!

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-After learning

-how to extinguish a fire...

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-..it was time for me to come

-face-to-face with the devil itself.

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-What's this, Carwyn?

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-We use this container -

-we call it the window demonstrator.

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-We fire it up...

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-..and we watch

-how the fire develops.

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-It helps show the firefighters

-the dangers of a flashover.

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-What's that?

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-The fire spreads across the ceiling

-and air will filter in.

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-A flashover happens when

-everything in the room is alight.

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-You can see it - it'll flash.

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-After that happens,

-we'll close the container down.

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-The fire will die out.

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-That replicates instances

-when crews attend a house fire...

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-..the fire has died down

-and all the windows are intact.

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-The crews know

-that if they open a door...

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-..the house fills with air

-and that can cause a backdraught.

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-You'll see the fire and flames being

-blown out through the entrance.

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-OK, I can't wait for that.

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-We teach crews how to deal

-with flashovers and backdraughts...

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-..and how to enter and extinguish

-a compartment fire.

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-I didn't understand a lot

-of what Carwyn said.

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-So I'll sit back and watch a taste

-of the dangers that lie ahead.

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-Whoo!

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-Tonight,

-I'm trying to be a firefighter.

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-This is the river Teifi

-and I'm about to experience...

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-..a lesser-known duty

-of a firefighter.

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-We'll start in this patch.

-The water's flowing slowly.

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-As you improve, we'll throw you

-into more dangerous waters.

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-OK. You said that

-with a smile on your face.

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-It'll be alright.

-You'll really enjoy it.

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-This is how we train firefighters

-to deal with water rescue.

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-My heart is beating

-as I approach the river.

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-What if I hit my head, or worse

-still, my backside, on the rocks?

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-I look like a Teletubby

-but at least I didn't fall!

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-Aled explained to me what I had

-to do to float on the water...

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-..but I was more concerned

-about the current.

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-With Carwyn's support,

-I ventured into the water.

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-I'm stuck on a rock like a whale!

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-Whoo-hoo!

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-Carwyn, are you there?

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-Two hands, two hands.

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-Right hand, right hand.

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-Massive fail.

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-I had no control

-of my body or my mind.

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-Carwyn had to manhandle me

-all the way down.

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-Yes, I quite enjoyed that.

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-This stretch of water

-is more dangerous.

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-We'll rescue her

-if she needs rescuing.

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-Hopefully, she can rescue herself.

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-Following my first fail,

-I wasn't look forward to this.

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-On the other hand, I could call

-on a handsome fireman to rescue me.

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-Watch and learn, girls!

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-Hello, Bafta.

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-Got her!

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-Considering how nervous you were

-earlier this morning...

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-..you didn't really

-want to get into the water, did you?

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-You're a different person now.

-Carwyn looked after you.

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-It's important to show

-that it's not a job for the boys...

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-..it's a job for everyone

-and you proved that just now.

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-Back in Earlswood,

-Carwyn had a drier task for me...

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-..with a hairy member of the team.

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-Welcome to USAR.

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-This the training rig

-for USAR - Urban Search and Rescue.

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-This is Roger

-who heads one of the teams.

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-This is Sparky,

-an important member of the team.

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-He can show us

-where people are located...

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-..when a building collapses

-during an earthquake.

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-Sparky can detect the smell

-of survivors in confined spaces.

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-Do you think he could find me

-a date for Saturday night?

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-Sparky's found someone

-in the tunnel.

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-We'll climb up to the roof which has

-the only unblocked entrance.

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-We've rigged up some apparatus

-and we can lower you down.

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-How many stones does this hold?

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-We can lower two people at a time.

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-You're not the same size

-as two people.

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-Thanks, Carwyn!

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-Oh, no, I'm like Bridget Jones!

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-Oh, no, I'm like Bridget Jones!

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-Watch your back.

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-I'll go down

-and meet you at the bottom.

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-Down to the ground.

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-Stop.

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-We'll move on

-and squeeze through the hole.

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-It's a narrow tunnel but it doesn't

-reflect the real-life challenge...

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-..where you encounter rubble

-and injured people.

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-But me and my hips squeezed through

-the clearing like a whippet.

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-Whoo-hoo!

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-Whoo-hoo!

-

-Well done, Lisa.

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-How was that?

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-How was that?

-

-Easy.

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-That was easy.

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-That was easy.

-

-It was easy?

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-Fortunately for you, in a real-life

-rescue in someone's home...

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-..we encounter furniture,

-televisions, beds and dishwashers.

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-If the whole building has collapsed,

-there are many obstacles.

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-That was a taster.

-Where was the injured person?

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-He was clear.

-He'd stood up and walked away.

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-He's gone for a cuppa! You took

-such a long time to come down!

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-Lucky I was slim

-to fit through there!

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-I couldn't comment on that.

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-Not a word.

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-After a day and half of training, I

-was ready for my greatest challenge.

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-This challenge would show

-if I could do the job or not.

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-Time to tackle the fire, but first,

-some training on hosepipe control.

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-Carwyn must have

-a lovely garden at home.

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-You've learned how to use

-the branch...

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-..and how to get the droplets of

-water into the gases and the fire...

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-..to hold the fire back.

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-We're going to light a fire

-in the container.

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-We'll stay in the container

-to watch the fire developing.

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-Happy? I hope your eyelashes

-are still there are the end.

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-I'm going to be in there,

-on my knees, with all the firemen?

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-Happy with that?

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-Happy with that?

-

-Overjoyed.

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-Yes, me and four hunks, together,

-in a hot, confined space.

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-Where do I sign the contract?

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-Soon, we had to deal

-with the situation seriously.

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-The doors were closed and we could

-feel the 800-degree Celsius heat.

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-They closed to door

-for a whole minute.

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-Goodness me! I've not had

-an experience like that before.

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-I don't think I'll be doing it again

-anytime soon.

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-The steam bit wasn't as bad.

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-I don't know

-if they cut it short just for me.

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-I held Carwyn's hand

-until he couldn't breathe.

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-I was lying on the floor

-like something out of a film.

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-But I did it, I'm out and unharmed.

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-I feel as if I'm on holidays,

-with a warm glow!

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-That night, I joined

-the Swansea Fire Service...

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-..as they tackled a house fire.

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-Afterwards,

-I went in to survey the damage.

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-As you enter the kitchen...

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-Oh, my gosh.

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-..you can see the fire damage.

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-I didn't expect it to be this bad.

-The ceiling's fallen away.

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-The ceiling's come down, yes.

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-This wires above your head...

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-..how do you know

-they're not dangerous?

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-It's one of the first things we do

-when we reach the property.

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-We deal with the fire

-and secure the building.

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-We turn the gas and electricity off.

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-I take it they've already done that.

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-They say touch it with your hand!

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-Look at that - do you want that?

-That might be a cause of the fire!

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-Hidden away!

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-What do you think started the fire?

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-It's difficult to say right now...

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-..and there could be

-numerous factors.

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-It could be cooking,

-it could be the electrics.

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-What often happens at this time

-of night is people go to the pub...

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-..have a couple of pints,

-come home and cook something.

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-They fall asleep and a fire starts.

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-It's a huge mess.

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-A smoke alarm would have

-woken you up. Everyone was rescued.

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-Was the fire well lit

-before it was detected?

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-I didn't expect so much mess.

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-This isn't all the result

-of the initial fire.

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-The fire could have started there

-and as the heat rose in the room...

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-..another fire started here

-because of the heat.

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-It would be so hot in here,

-other small fires would be lit.

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-The gases in the air

-are also flammable.

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-I wouldn't say it was alight

-for a long time.

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-My final day's training.

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-The boys have a special task for me

-- fitness.

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-Great.

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-One, two, three, go.

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-Bring the cone closer.

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-Bring the cone closer.

-

-Around the cone!

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-Every apprentice firefighter

-must complete the course...

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-..in 5'47" or less.

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-A training course

-lasts for six weeks.

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-Failing to complete this task in the

-allotted time results in failure.

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-Keep your back straight.

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-Keep your back straight.

-

-Down again, come on.

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-In this suit, it's not easy.

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-I'm frying.

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-And down. Finished.

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-Alright?

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-That was never five minutes

-and forty-seven seconds.

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-You only just missed it.

-About twenty seconds out.

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-Twenty seconds.

-I want to do it again now.

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-Yeah. We'll let you off.

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-With some extra training,

-you'd fly through that.

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-That's it - I've experienced

-another profession successfully.

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-I had a lot of fun

-and I greatly admire firemen.

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-Girls, if I can do it, anyone can.

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-What do you think?

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-You did quite well.

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-Quite well, fair play.

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-For a girl off the streets to do

-what you did in three days is good.

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-If anyone wants

-to join the fire brigade now...

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-..log on to the internet

-to see what you need to do.

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-How did I do?

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-I'd take my hat off if I was

-wearing one but this is a helmet!

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-Fair play, you were really good.

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-You didn't give up

-on that challenge.

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-Even though you just missed

-the time...

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-Did you have to mention that?

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-Well, thanks for having me. I've

-enjoyed myself. Thank you, boys.

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Lisa Angharad sy'n ymuno a gwyr dewr Gwasanaeth Tan Canolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru. Lisa Angharad joins the brave men of the Mid and West Wales Fire Service and tries her hand at firefighting.