Calais Migrant Camp Gets a Fire Truck Care of Dance Party Crew

The humanitarian crisis in the Calais refugee camp continues to spiral despite the best efforts of volunteers.  When some of our crew drove down to asses the situation and see if lives were at risk, they immediately pinpointed a way in which Arcadia’s particular areas of knowledge might be of use. Within hours, a gigantic and all too familiar sound was heard –a gas explosion. Running toward the first plumes of smoke, a second gas bottle blew, shooting a terrifying fireball into the sky.  After years of harnessing fireballs safely, the crew instantly knew what was at stake. People were scrambling with buckets to water points that dribbled slowly, and the scale of the emergency magnified. The fire brigade were called, but they took over 45 minutes to arrive the few kilometeres from the... read more
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Calais Migrant Camp Gets a Fire Truck Care of Dance Party Crew