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Ireland Passers by help rescue person from the River Liffey

15:30  14 march  2018
15:30  14 march  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Laura Lyne © Laura Lyne Laura Lyne Passers by helped rescue a person from the River Liffey on Tuesday night after noticing them struggling.

Dublin Fire Brigade were alerted to the scene after a person was seen in the water.

Members of the public got a nearby life buoy and threw it out to the struggling person.

A river rescue team soon arrived on the scene and brought the person to a pontoon.

They were then brought by a waiting ambulance to hospital.

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