FIRE crews in Oxford set up a fake car crash outside the front of the station at Slade Road.

The two-car 'crash' was done to raise awareness of a road safety campaign, focussing on speed awareness.

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Watch manager Jason Clifford explained the importance of the campaigns to highlight the dangers of speeding, especially as roads have been quiet during the lockdown.

With more people returning to work, emergency services will see a rise in the number of incidents.

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service said the display was already having a positive impact with passing motorists slowing down.