Over 1,600 police officers mobilised for Formula 1 Grand PrixTuesday, 21 August 2018 19:25
"Particular attention will be focused on prevention,” said Bernard Goffin, head of the local police.
Police will be equipped with a “crash card” and will be able to find their way thanks to a QR code scanned with their mobile phones. This is “particularly useful for officers who are not from the region,” said federal police officer Jean-Marc Demelenne.
Some 150 rescue workers from the Red Cross will also be on hand.
For a smooth flow of traffic, the police advise drivers to take the E25 and Exit 48 (Werbomont) rather than the E42.
The Brussels Times
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