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A MESSAGE FROM
THE FIRE IRELAND TEAM


WELCOME to Fire-Ireland.com the Only Irish Fire Service Website that UPDATES on a near daily basis. 

We are now up & running over 10 Years now with over 1 Million hits from Home & Abroad.


In the last year we had 109,000 visits to the website. We Updated 677 times and visited 27 Fire Stations throughout 10 Counties. 

In addition to the website we also have our Social Media Pages on Facebook, Twitter & Youtube so Please Like, Follow & Subscribe to us there

Photos People wishing to send in Incident, Appliance or Vehicle Photos Please send to the emails (listed below). We ask that photos are taken in Landscape Format which makes them easier to put onto the website. Photos will be credited to the taker or will be credited to the website if Photographer prefers to stay anonymous

To those who have sent us info, photos & invited us to visit their Stations in the last 9 years we Thank You Very Much. We hope you continue to support us in the years to come.


So again from the Fire Ireland Team Thank You for your continued Support of the website going forward

Kind Regards

Pat, Bernie & Dec

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WEBSITE UPDATES

Site Updated Monday 1st June 2020

Website Updated 67 Times for Month of May

Total Number of Views for May 10,245 


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FIRE IRELAND NEWS SECTION


FIRE IRELAND CELEBRATING 10 YEARS

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June 1st 2010 we at Fire Ireland set off on a journey. That journey was to bring YOU our viewer photographs of Irish Fire Service Vehicles & Appliance's aswell as Incident Photos from around the country

 

Last year we climbed up over our 1 Millionth website hit proving our journey has been a success

 

We would like to THANK everyone who has contributed over the last 10 years to the Website, Facebook page, Twitter & Youtube Accounts from Fire Officers, Firefighters, Appliance Builders & Dealers, Photographers both friends and those who dont know us to our viewers who send photos and information weekly. We could not have done this without you

Each year we plan visits to stations all over the country. This year was suppose to be no different with alot of planning gone into County Visits for 2020 but sadly the Covid-19 Emergency put a stop to that. We will however replan them at a time thats suitable and safe for all.

 

We are looking forward to the next 10 years bringing you updates from the Irish Fire Service Scene


Dec, Pat & Bernie
Fire-Ireland


Welcome to Clonmel

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 Tipperaryphotos.com photographer & retired Clonmel Station Sub Officer Jonathan Ryan caught this great snap of Tipperarys New Scania Fire Appliance out around Clonmel on Driver Training on Tuesday 19th May

 

Appliance should be on the run very soon

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LATEST INCIDENT PHOTOS
(FIRES & RESCUES)


Belfast

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NIFRS Crews seen attending a Major Gorse fire close to the docks in Belfast on Sunday 31st May. Plumes of smoke could be seen across Belfast. Crews eventully brought the fire under control ~ Kevin Scott

For More Photos Please See Ulster Incident Page 5 (Fires & Rescues)


 

CLICK HERE for Ulster Incident Page 5 (Fires & Rescues)


Dublin

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DFB Fire Crews from Kilbarrack and North Strand seen fighting fires in the sand dunes of Dollymount Strand/Bull Island Sunday 31st May. Firefighters used water and gorse beaters to extinguish the fire. ~@DubFireBrigade Twitter

For More Photos Please See Leinster Incident Page 11 (Fires & Rescues)

CLICK HERE for Leinster Incident Page 11 (Fires & Rescues)


Dublin

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DFB Fire Crews from Kilbarrack and North Strand seen fighting fires in the sand dunes of Dollymount Strand/Bull Island Sunday 31st May. Firefighters used water and gorse beaters to extinguish the fire. ~@DubFireBrigade Twitter

For More Photos Please See Leinster Incident Page 11 (Fires & Rescues)

CLICK HERE for Leinster Incident Page 11 (Fires & Rescues)

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LATEST INCIDENT PHOTOS

(RTA's / RTC's)



Cork City




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Fire Crews from Ballincollig, Ballyvolane and Cork City HQ dealt with this RTC persons reported on Saturday 30th May. National Ambulane Service mobilised one casualty to hospital with three others cleared at scene. ~@CorkCityFire Twitter

For More Photos Please See Munster Incident Page 5 (RTA's / RTC's)

CLICK HERE for Munster Incident Page 5 (RTA's / RTC's)


County Clare

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Photo Used with permission of Pat Flynn

On Saturday 4th of April Firefighters from Ennis along with the National Ambulance Service (NAS) and Gardaí attended an RTC between a 4x4 annd a motorcycle near Corofin.

For More Photos Please See Munster Incident Page 5 (RTA's / RTC's)







CLICK HERE for Munster Incident Page 5 (RTA's / RTC's)


Dublin

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Firefighter / Paramedics from Phibsborough and Tara Street Stations have attended the scene of an RTC involving a truck and Laus Tram at the Benburb / Queen Street junction on Monday 31st March. One non-life threatening injury treated and sent to hospital. ~@DubFireBrigade Twitter

For More Photos Please See Leinster Incident Page 5 (RTA's / RTC's)




CLICK HERE for Leinster Incident Page 5 (RTA's / RTC's)

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FIREFIGHTER JOB VACANCIES

Counties Louth, Mayo & Northern Ireland

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Counties Louth, Mayo & Northern Ireland Fire Services are currently looking to Recruit Firefighters for Stations within their Counties

For More Information & Job Vacancies Forms See Job Vacancies Page


CLICK HERE for Job Vacancies Page

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LATEST TURNOUT PHOTOS

Tipperary fire & Rescue Service

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Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service Nenagh Fire Stations Alpha 1 seen heading to an incident on Thursday 28th May

For More Photos Please See Turnout Page 3



CLICK HERE for Turnout Page 3

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LATEST TURNOUT PHOTOS

Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service

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NIFRS Strabane Fire Station Water Tender seen responding to the scene of a fire at Pennyburn Industrial Estate, Derry on Saturday 23rd May


 
For More Photos Please See Turnouts Page 3




CLICK HERE for Turnout Page 3

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FOR SALE


Lightweight durable fire beater's for Sale


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Does your Brigade need Fire Beaters? Crana Engineering in Donegal has a good supply of Fire Beaters in stock

Fully welded alum head, replaceable flame retardant extra stiff rubber flap, strong GRP shaft.

Contact details are

email: Noel@cranaengineering.ie or info@cranaengineering.ie

Phone: 00353 74 93 61302

Leave message on Facebook crana engineering ltd (Linked Below)

 



CLICK HERE for Crana Engineering Facebook Page


SHOP PAGE


Las Fallon Book Collection

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We are delighted to be able to bring you the Las Fallon Collection of Books

Las was a Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) Firefighter / Paramedic for 3 decades and has recently Retired. He is also the DFB Historian. He has 3 books for sale


Dublin Fire Brigade and the Irish Revolution

The Firemans Tale

The Great Liberties Whiskey Fire 


To order any of the books Please Click Links Below.


For More Information & Ordering Details Please See Our Shop Page

 


CLICK HERE for Shop Page

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LATEST NEW VEHICLES
 & APPLIANCES 2020


Donegal Airport Fire Service

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NEW to Donegal Airport Fire Service for 2020




Make / Model: Izuzu D-max 4x4 L4V APV (Airfield Patrol Vehicle)

Reg No: 192-DL-758

Fitted By: Locally


Call Sign: Patrol 2

This Vehicle is now on the run at Donegal Airport





For Full List of New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)





CLICK HERE for New, 2nd Use, Imported & Refurbished Vehicles & Appliances Page


Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service

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NEW for Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service for 2020




Make / Model: Scania P360 WrL (Water Tender Ladder)



Reg No: 201-T-1876


Built By: HPMP Fire

Call Sign: Tango Sierra 17 Alpha 1



This Appliance is now on the run in Clonmel Station

For More Photos Please See New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)



 



Dublin Fire Brigade Ambulance Service

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NEW to Dublin Fire Brigade Ambulance Service for 2020




Make / Model: 3 x Mercedes Benz Sprinter 519/36 EU6 Ambulances


Reg No's: 201-D-25856, 201-D-25857, 201-D25858

Built By: Wilker

Call Sign's: Delta 54, Delta 134, Delta 64



 

This Ambulances will soon go on the run in Finglas, Swords & Kilbarrack Stations




For More Photos Please See New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)


 















Limerick Fire & Rescue Service

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NEW to Limerick Fire & Rescue Service for 2020




Make / Model: Scania P320 WrL (Water Tender Ladder)


Reg No: 201-L-1274

Built By: Sídheán Teo

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This Appliance will soon go on the run in County Limerick




For More Photos Please See New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)


  




LATEST 2nd USE, IMPORTED, REFURBISHED VEHICLES & APPLIANCES 2020

Dublin Fire Brigade










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2nd USE & IMPORTED to Dublin Fire Brigade for 2020


Make / Model: Iveco Daily 65C18 EMS SU (EMS Support Unit)

Reg No: 
10-D-135786

Fitted By: FJ Keogh

Call Sign: 


Notes: Carries Mass Casualty Tents 

This Vehicle will sonn go on the run with Dublin Fire Brigade


For More Photos Please See New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)





Louth County Council Fire & Rescue

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2nd USE & IMPORTED to Louth County Council Fire & Rescue for 2020

Make / Model: Ford Ranger D/cab 4x4 L4V



Reg No:
 06-LH-11765

Fitted By: Leicestershire FRS Refurbished By: HPMP Fire

Call Sign: 

This Vehicle is currently on the run in Ardee Station


For Full List of New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)

 








Kerry Fire & Rescue Service

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 2nd USE & IMPORTED for Kerry Fire & Rescue Service for 2020


Make / Model: Mercedes Benz Ateco 1325F WrL (Water Tender Ladder)

Reg No: 07-C-41884

Built By: TVAC / Plastisol - Supplied By: Angloco - Refurbished By: HPMP Fire

Call Sign: Kilo Yankee 13 Alpha 2 

This Appliance is now on the run in Listowel Fire Station

For More Photos Please See New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)




 


Limerick Fire & Rescue Service

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2nd USE & IMPORTED to Limerick Fire & Rescue Service for 2020




Make / Model: Mercedes Benz Atego 1325 WrL (Water Tender Ladder)


Reg No: 07-C-41886

Built By: TVAC / Plastisol Refurbished By: HPMP Fire

Call Sign: 



This Appliance will soon go on the run in County Limerick 

 


For More Photos Please See New, 2nd Use, Imported & Upgraded Vehicles & Appliances See Page
(Link Below)





 


CLICK HERE for New, 2nd Use, Imported & Refurbished Vehicles & Appliances Page

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LATEST SITE UPDATES 


Website Updated Monday 1st June 2020


1/6/2020 Front Page News Section - Updated

1/6/2020 Front Page Latest Incident Photos (Fires & Rescues) Section - Updated

1/6/2020 Leinster Incident Page 11 (Fires & Rescues) Page - Updated

1/6/2020 Ulster Incident Page 5 (Fires & Rescues) Page - Updated

1/6/2020 Front Page Latest Job Vacancies Section - Updated

1/6/2020 Job Vacancies Page - Updated

29/5/2020 Kerry Fire & Rescue Service Page - Updated

29/5/2020 Front Page Latest Turnout Section - Updated

29/5/2020 Turnout Page 3 - Updated



Information From YOUR Area Welcomed

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THE FIRE IRELAND TEAM

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(L-R) Declan Byrne, Bernie Byrne & Pat O Keeffe



CONTACT US


@FireIreland


patrickokeeffe61@yahoo.ie

irelandsbravestff@hotmail.com


fireireland@ymail.com


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CAN YOU HELP??


We are looking for help from you the public that look into this site. We are looking for photographs of Appliances, Fire Stations or Incidents that would be related to the work of the Fire Service which would be of great help to this site going forward.

Any photographs that we do receive will be copyrighted to the sender unless other wise stated. We would like to thank you for the help that we have gotton so far and we hope that you will keep looking in on the site. 

All items can be sent to our E-Mail addresses found in the Fire Ireland Team Section of the page or tweet us @FireIreland


This site is NOT associated with any of the Emergency Services featured on it 

No information contained on this site represents the Official policies of any of the Emergency Services featured on it. All the information contained on this site is of good faith. Any persons highlighting any concerns should contact the Webmaster's on any of the Email addresses found on the front page. 



 PLEASE NOTE - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 


NO PART of this site maybe Reproduced or Stored in a Retireval System or Transmitted in any form without the Permission of the Owner's and must carry the original Copyright.

All images are the work of the owner except were stated. 


Kind Regards Pat, Bernie and Declan.



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