Sparks fly on Timaru's waterfront

FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.
FLARE UP: Port and marine staff participate in a safety drill along Timaru's waterfront.

Timaru's waterfront lit up last night when Coastguard South Canterbury held a drill.

Coxwain Tony Lister led 30 port and marine staff in a flare training and safe operation exercise.

A variety of distress, handheld, rocket and smoke flares were used in the practise.

The Timaru Herald