Fire team victors in Bermy Chase
As part of Emergency Medical Service Week, the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service last week took part in The Bermy Chase — a version of the well-known Amazing Race.
“At the end of the event, Team BFRS was the winning team and as the old adage says: “to the Victor go the spoils”,” BFRS spokesman sergeant Jamal Albuoy said.
“We are very proud of the personnel who gave their time and effort to participate in this fun-filled event. Let’s congratulate Team BFRS for bringing home the trophy!”
Lieutenant Leonard Davis, emergency medical dispatcher (EMD) Helen Blanche, EMD and team captain Kim Clarke, sergeant Vance Hassell and lieutenant Mark Taylor took part in the event hosted by the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital on Thursday.
The Chase, approximately a 22-mile course that included 17 different activities, started in St George’s at 8.30am and ended at 4pm at the Clock Tower in Dockyard.
The activities that had to be completed during the course included kayaking, swimming, hiking, planking, pole dancing, karaoke, abseiling and golfing.