SYDNEY, N.S. Joe Costello did not sleep on Saturday night.
But the fact that he helped organize the Santa Clara Parade in Sydney was not a problem. According to all reports, the joyful annual event of thousands of spectators on a five-kilometer road has been a great success and has gone smoothly.
When he returned after the parade, he heard tragic news. According to Kostello, when she heard about the death of a four-year-old girl who had fallen into the deck on the annual Christmas march on Yarmut, she approached the door.
"As parents and organizer, when I heard about the Yarmout tragedy, it was devastating – it made me think about everything that was done," said Cape Cod, Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
"It's a really emotional time, but I think it's important to think deeply about what we do, including all of our basics and seeing that we are doing our best to quench our emotions. Participants and the audience will enjoy a positive time for all people for a long time with this parade and other CBRM events. "
To this end, the municipal governing staff and the rest room should discuss what may be the additional measures to be taken to prevent tragic events in Yarmouth this week.
Kostello said safety is the top priority of the organizers. According to him, strict rules passed on the preparatory stage on the preparation rally were regulated and strengthened for the operators of the fleet and parade.
According to him, in the rules people should walk safely on floating people, their legs can not stay on the outside and jump to people who are floating. Kostello also said that the march of the parade will go up and down, checking the rallies so as to comply with such rules as "chocolate dumping rules" and other rules.
"We also have members of the British police in the site," he said.
"We are driving the rampage; there is one police officer in the motorcycle; we have another one on the bicycle, we have no problem with the movement, and it's safe to listen to the parade rules. «
However, it is common sense that all security interests, such as the Massacre parade, are a shared responsibility.
"What can we do, but we are looking for parents and adults to stay there and find children," he said.
Herald's first charge, Gerald Hackelherst, the Sydney Parade of Sydney is one of the safest places. He is involved in hundreds of public events like St. John's Ambulance Brigade and the Red Cross.
"I do not recall any major issues of many rallies I have attended," he said.
"But when you look at the kids and come to Santiago, they tear their eyes and jump," he said.
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He also believes that adults can be more dangerous than children.
"I saw adults traveling by car and time again to get to the other side of the street – they did not think about it," he said.
"But the most dangerous part of the rally – after the end – the motion can be awful, and some people seem to have lost Christmas spirit after the end of the parade and can not wait to leave them."
Also, the Santa Claus' parade schedule of the municipality will be available on Sunday at Dominion (16:15) and North Sydney (21:00) at Reserve Mines (13:00) and Glade Bay (18:00) Saturday, December 8 (18:00) ).