— Eoin English (@EoinBearla) September 24, 2020
More as we get it.
Balbriggan, County Dublin last Sunday
Further to the house fire in Balbriggan, County Dublin blamed by some as a racially-motivated, gang-related arson attack..
Jakub Zarkowsk on Gofundme writes:
My very close friend Dare lost his house on August the 9 to a fire. The news and media is making it out to be some sort of gang related incident. Honestly it has nothing to do with that. This was a complete accident.
Thankfully his mother and sister weren’t home, his step dad and little brother were in the house at the time but made it out safely. Thank god there all safe but they left behind everything in that house. Any help (at link below) would be greatly appreciated thank you.
€5,030 to date.
Monday: Putting Out The Fire
At midnight, four fire engines and an emergency ambulance were called to a house fire after reports of a SUV crashing into the building. No one was injured and firefighters prevented the fire from spreading to adjoining properties.
Name that jammer, anyone?
As much as what happened yesterday in Balbriggan is a disgrace, it’s not an excuse for racism or hate towards immigrants or their children! The culprits should be caught and punished like anyone else but hate and racism are only going to make it worse #Balbriggan pic.twitter.com/NNdz1QdEU6
— Tomás Rooney Murphy (@T_Roo_Mur) August 10, 2020
As someone who actually lives in #balbriggan i have a message for those complaining about the diversity and multiculturalism
— An executioner (@TMcgrathlong) August 10, 2020
Balbriggan, County Dublin.
NIFRS are currently dealing with a large fire in the area of Port Road, Strathfoyle. Please avoid this area to give the fire crews space to work.
Residents in the area are advised to keep their doors and windows closed and to remain indoors.
— Police Derry City and Strabane (@PSNIDCSDistrict) July 29, 2020
Huge fire in Culmore #Derry at the moment. I’m trying to find out what is happening. Hope everyone is OK and if you’re around the Culmore area, stay indoors and close your windows until it’s sorted pic.twitter.com/7EKHlEMrtr
— Leona O’Neill (@LeonaONeill1) July 29, 2020
Can see the smoke from near Rathmullen in Donegal pic.twitter.com/pKwEFiwLUJ
— Jane Chittick (@JaneChittick) July 29, 2020
UPDATE: It’s not Culmore, it’s on the other side of the Foyle.
In Killarney, Co Kerry.
Hall of Images Photography tweetz:
“Out for star trails last night but plagued by an overly bright moon! The fire in Killarney National Park can clearly be seen and was burning for hours!”
Meanwhile, last night…
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has been battling a fire in the Dinis region of Killarney National Park with support from two units of Kenmare and Killarney fire services & Kerry County Council
It is believed that approximately 150 acres has been damaged 1/2 pic.twitter.com/YHSasuK0Sx
— Culture~Heritage~Gaeltacht (@DeptAHG) March 29, 2020
Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Members of the Dublin Fire Brigade attend a call out to Leinster House.
Snickering Shinner with box of Maguire & Paterson ‘Safety Matches’ (out of picture).
More as we get it.
Dublin Fire Brigade tweetz:
We’ve made good progress at the industrial fire in Swords and will be scaling back the response. Units will stay on scene damping down. Smoke was visible over a wide area in clear skies.
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) January 17, 2020
Lovely fire engine emojis, in fairness.
At Scoil Chaitriona Cailini on Mask Avenue off the Malahide Road in Coolock, Dublin 5.
Dublin Fire Brigade crews are tending to a substantial fire at a primary school in Coolock in Dublin.
A local resident reported seeing smoke at Scoil Chaitríona Cailíní, which is located off the Malahide Road near Mask Avenue, around 6.10am.
The fire is reported to be substantial and six fire tenders are at the scene, including a specialist unit.
One local resident has been taken to hospital as a precaution as a result of smoke inhalation.
Bad omen on the N3 inbound spotted just now.
Hope everyone is all right here…