Dublin Fire Brigade battle overnight blaze at Dublin home
Firefighters from two stations had to attend
One hospitalised after fire in west Dublin house. The patient managed to get out of the house and was © Dublin Fire Brigade Around 20 people had to be evacuated from the building as firefighters from Phibsborough and Dublin Two Bedroom Flat in City Centre . 20 Minutes to City Centre .
Source: Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter. TWO PEOPLE HAVE been hospitalised after a fire broke out at an apartment on Parnell Square West, Dublin early this Around 20 people had to be evacuated from the building as firefighters from Phibsborough and Dublin Fire Brigade HQ tackled the fire .
TWO PEOPLE HAVE been hospitalised after a fire broke out at an apartment on Parnell Street, Dublin last night.
Around 20 people had to be evacuated from the building as firefighters from Phibsborough and Dublin Fire Brigade HQ tackled the fire, which broke out in the apartment’s kitchen.
The two people who were taken to hospital, who are a woman and a child according to the Irish Times, and were taken in for observation.
Overnight, crews from Phibsborough and HQ fought a kitchen fire in an apartment on Parnell Street. Approximately 20 people had to be evacuated while the incident was dealt with. 2 people taken to hospital for observation. Always evacuate on hearing the fire alarm.
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Two people had to be rushed to hospital and around 20 people evacuated from a building in Dublin city centre after a fire broke out in the early hours Four fire engines, carrying 17 firefighters , from Phibsborough and Tara Street stations were called to the scene at Parnell Square West at about 2am
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Dublin Fire Brigade advised people to always evacuate a building when hearing a fire alarm.
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