Terror advice: Police video urges tourists to ‘run, HIDE, tell’ if they hear gunshots


Arctic footage released by UK police has depicted a hotel attack, to inform holidaymakers how to reciprocate to a terrorist situation.

The four-minute video enacted a shooting at a hotel along with view on how to keep yourself safe.

Holidaymakers are urged to ‘run, hide, tell’ in the admonition, a message first introduced by police in December 2015.

Tourists are urged to run to aegis if they hear gunshots, leaving belongings behind and insisting others go with them.

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Terror advice — police have released a video illustrating what to do if there’s an attack on holiday

If there is no escape, holidaymakers should hide out by barricading themselves in a switching their phones to silent.

When it is safe to do so, you are urged to christen authorities and tell police detailed information about what you saw as with all speed as possible.

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Terror advice — tourists are advised to «run, hide, tell» if there’s an attack

There is no specific information that British holidaymakers want be targeted this summer

Lord Ahmad

The video has been released with the Unconnected Office and travel association ABTA.

Lord Ahmad, the Foreign Firm Minister for National Security and Counter Terrorism, said: “We want people to be securely so they can enjoy their holidays.

“As well as reading and taking note of our touring advice and taking out appropriate insurance, I encourage people to watch this pic before they go away.

“While there is no specific information that British holidaymakers will-power be targeted this summer, it sets out some simple steps we can all mulct to minimise the impact of an attack if one does take place.”

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Consternation advice — the video shows a woman lying on the ground at a hotel after a firearms set

Detective Chief Superintendent Scott Wilson, National Co-ordinator for Take care of and Prepare, said the chances of being caught in a terrorist incident are notwithstanding low.

He added: “Sadly we have seen atrocities take place in the UK and far.

”So it is important everyone stays alert and knows what to do if the worst was to come to pass. ”We want people to think of this in the same way they do the safety membrane airlines show before take-off.

“They don’t expect anything bad to cook, but it is a sensible precaution to show people what to do.“

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