Teaching children how to react to terror

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Teaching children how to react to terror

Tens of thousands of young people were inside the packed Manchester Arena when the bomb went off on Monday evening, causing panic and confusion as concert-goers tried to flee the venue.

 A new project is teaching children how to respond in emergency situations like this and others. 

It's called 'The Danger Squad' and is being rolled out across schools to those aged 5 to 7. 

Krista Brown is behind it, and she spoke to Alison Earle.

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