>> If you hear gun shots, think about your safest option.>> It's a sign of the times perhaps when tourists have to be told how too prep for a terror attack.>> Act quickly.>> A new safety video has been released by British Counterterrorism Police. It says that the chances of being involved in a militant attack are extremely slim, but encourages holiday makers traveling abroad this summer to know what to do just in case.
>> Once you identify a safe route, run.>> The four minute film depicts a firearms attack in a hotel full of tourists.>>
The guidance says that people should first of all run to safety, leaving everything behind.
This message was first launched by UK police in December 2015, after the Islamist attacks in Paris.>> Find an alternative.>> It was recently reissued by officers during London's Borough Market incident.>>
If that's not possible, they should hide, barricading themselves in and turning their phones to silent. Only when it's safe should they call the local emergency number, which tourists should find out in advance.>> When the police arrive, they will be armed.>> The police stressed that there's no specific intelligence to suggest British tourists will be targeted this summer.
But terror attacks are now firmly on the list of holiday hazards.