Watch as budding junior firefighter Darcey saves the day in ‘cutest video ever’

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs - Credit: Archant

A video shared by our region’s fire service shows the adorable moment a budding junior firefighter saved the day at home.

Launching a competition for youngsters, the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service uploaded a video of Darcey’s daring rescue.

The minute-long video clip shows Darcey dressed in her firefighter costume saving a baby doll and extinguishing a chalk blaze drawn on a fence.

A spokesperson said: “Inspired by junior firefighter Darcey earlier in the year, we’re running a little competition. We want to see video clips of our aspiring firefighters

“Send them to us at pressoffice@cambsfire.gov.uk or message us privately on social media.

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs - Credit: Archant


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“Make sure you include their name and age. The deadline for entries is Monday, December 7 2020.

“Be as creative as you like. You could set up challenges for them to complete, they could tell us why being a firefighter is the best job in the world, or an important fire safety message

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“We’ll have a special prize for the best entries in each age category and we’ll even make sure they arrive before Christmas

“We look forward to seeing our next generation of superheroes!”

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs - Credit: Archant

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs

Budding firefighter Darcey saved the day in this adorable video. Picture: Twitter/@cambsfrs - Credit: Archant

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