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All those flaming rockets, sparklers and fires sound like great fun - but as bonfire night approaches, make sure you stay safe and follow British Red Cross' basic first aid tips.
Shown last night on ITV1 during the new series of Downton Abbey, it tells the story of a man who survives cancer but chokes to death because no one knows basic first aid.
Joe Mulligan, British Red Cross head of first aid education, said: "It's vital that everybody knows basic first aid skills to help themselves and the people around them, and this app is a great way to reach people who may never go to a class.
In a statement issued in Kabul on Tuesday, the ICRC said it "provided basic first aid training and first aid kits to arms carriers and to civilians in conflict areas.
This was a one-month training program started on January 10, 2010, in which they were trained for basic first aid and other life supporting techniques.
The BBC said the medical staff were present in case "there were any basic first aid requirements" when the presenters changed the wheels in the BBC's studio car park in Chelmsford, Essex.
Six primary schools in Croydon, south London, have been picked for one-day workshops where pupils will be taught basic first aid and advised on the perils of joining gangs and antisocial behaviour.
St John Ambulance (0121 236 6660) and the Red Cross (0121 766 5444) run handson basic first aid evening courses lasting three to seven hours, costing pounds 16 to pounds 38.