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© Provided by Dublin Live. A warning to motorists about driving in wintry conditions has been issued by Dublin Fire Brigade following a serious crash . Firefighters and paramedics from the Tallaght station were called to a collision on the Slade Road in Saggart yesterday evening.
The Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB; Irish : Briogáid Dóiteáin Átha Cliath ) is the local authority fire and rescue service for Dublin City and the majority of the Greater Dublin Area. It is a branch of Dublin City Council.
Dublin Fire Brigade have issued a warning to drivers to take care as conditions turn icy on Irish roads.
The weather in Ireland is set to turn chilly with temperatures dropping to below zero degrees.
With the drop in temperatures, the fire brigade warns drivers to take care on roads.
Dublin Fire Brigade has shared an image on Twitter of a car that was involved in a single vehicle collision in the Dublin Mountains to highlight their warning.
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Dublin Fire Brigade issued a warning to the public after attending the smash amid heavy downpours. They asked motorists to take extra care and be aware of road conditions after the prolonged dry period came to a torrential end. Taking to Twitter, Dublin Fire Brigade also shared a photo of the M50 crash
Dublin Fire Brigade and Ambulance Service-Delta-District Updated on 8/5/2019. WELCOME to Fire -Ireland.com the Only Irish Fire Service Website that UPDATES on a near daily basis. Waterford Fire Crewe’s attended a serious RTC recently which had the main Tramore Road closed for some time.
Take care on the roads this morning. Icy conditions exist especially on untreated or secondary routes and on high ground.
Firefighter/Paramedics from Dun Laoghaire attended a single vehicle RTC in the Dublin Mountains this morning. No significant injuries.
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade)
The tweet read: ‘Take care on the roads this morning. Icy conditions exist especially on untreated or secondary routes and on high ground.
‘Firefighter/Paramedics from Dun Laoghaire attended a single vehicle RTC in the Dublin Mountains this morning. No significant injuries.’
Met Eireann has issued a yellow status weather warning for the entire country.
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The Dublin Fire Brigade has issued a stern heatwave warning to the Irish public this week, as temperatures threaten to soar past 30 degrees. 21/02/2017 Members of the Dublin fire Brigade following a fire at a buidling on Mountjoy Square, Dublin . Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins.
Dublin Fire Brigade has issued a warning to drivers this morning in the aftermath of Storm Eleanor. Trees and other debris are causing problems on various — Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) January 3, 2018. Alden Rd Bayside remains temporarily blocked by fallen tree pending removal
Met Eireann warns to expect scattered wintry showers of hail, sleet and snow with some accumulations, especially on higher ground, and icy stretches on roads and footpaths.
The snow/ice weather warning is in place until Monday, December 16 at 10am.
Sunday will bring a cold and frosty start for much of the country with icy patches and lying snow in some areas.
While temperatures will range around 2 to 3 degrees in the north and 6 to 7 degrees in the south, temperatures will drop considerably tonight to as low as -3C.
The icy temperatures will bring sharp to severe frost and ice on untreated surfaces.
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Follow Lovin Dublin . "Expect icy patches on untreated roads ," they wrote on Twitter. AA Roadwatch has also posted advice for drivers on social media. Sub-zero temperatures are expected in Dublin throughout the morning, rising to between 1 and 5 degrees by the afternoon.
DUBLIN Fire Brigade have issued an urgent warning that roads are extra slippery with rain after the country's mini-heatwave - making for hazardous driving conditions. The advice comes after Dublin fire crews from the area rushed to the scene of horror crash involving two cars in Finglas this morning.
The weather warning reads: ‘Scattered wintry showers of hail, sleet and snow with some accumulations, especially on higher ground, and icy stretches on roads and footpaths.’
Dublin Fire Brigade members fear lives will be put at risk over Christmas due to ambulance delays .
An urgent request has been made by members calling on the Government and Dublin City Council to provide extra resources .SIPTU Sector Organiser, Brendan O’Brien, said: “Our members in DFB, who are all qualified Firefighter/Paramedics, believe lives will been put at risk due to ambulance delays over the festive season. "They have warned that the service has already reached breaking point due to under resourcing and the ongoing impasse between the HSE and Dublin City Council around the funding for the service.