sport news FA will open up Wembley for London firefighters to train amid Covid pandemic

FA will open up Wembley for London firefighters to learn how to drive ambulances in attempt to lessen the strain on the NHS amid Covid crisis with 300 extra staff set to be trained The FA will hand over Wembley Stadium to the London Ambulance Service  The national stadium will be used as base to train London firefighters next week London Fire Brigade staff will learn to drive ambulances on Wembley concourses

By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 GMT, 7 January 2021 | Updated: 23:54 GMT, 7 January 2021

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The Football Association will hand over Wembley Stadium to the London Ambulance Service next week to aid the capital's fight against growing Covid rates.

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The national stadium will be used as a base to train London firefighters in an effort to ease the burden on the NHS, amid the rapidly rising infection numbers in London.

The training courses will kick off on Monday and will primarily see London Fire Brigade staff learning to drive ambulances on the Wembley concourses. It is hoped the initiative will help train an extra 300

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