Main Street, Finglas Village, Dublin 11
The charred scene after Dublin Fire Brigade attended a blaze at the Bottom of the Hill pub during the night.
Emergency services were alerted to the fire before 1am, which is thought to have started in an office over the pub. There were no injuries reported.
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Glendalough, County Wicklow.
In Belfast city centre.
Following yesterday’s fire at Belfast’s historic Bank Buildings.
Squire Gregory Weeks tweetz:
Morning after aerial photos of destroyed Bank Buildings
Belfast Primark: Urgent City Hall meeting after blaze (BBC Belfast)
Yesterday: Meanwhile, In Belfast
Emergency services respond to a fire on the top floor of Primark in Belfast City Centre.
Pics: Niall McCracken
Greenogue Recycling Centre, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin.
Four units of Dublin Fire Brigade are tackling a fire at a recycling premises in Greenogue in west Dublin.
A water tanker and foam tender are also in attendance.
The fire began around midnight and is still ongoing.
Fire brigade tackling blaze at recycling facility in west Dublin (RTÉ)
Pics via Dublin Fire Brigade
Dame Lane, Dublin 2.
A potential inferno – caused by faulty wiring behind an electrical sign and an accumulation of lint, fluff and stuff – is averted by the swift actions of the Dublin Fire Brigade.
Curracloe Beach., County Wexford
Irish Air Corps write:
These shots show the extent of the damage from last night’s fire at Curracloe beach. The Air Corps assisted Wexford Fire Service by dropping 44,400 litres of water on the fire! #
Fire forces evacuation of Curracloe Beach in Co Wexford (RTÉ)
Scene from Killadreenan [County Wicklow] looking back at Bray Head – or is it a volcano in Greystones!
Yesterday: Meanwhile, In Bray head