Halloween 2020 Operational Activity
NIFRS received 83 emergency calls and Fire Crews responded to 62 operational incidents.
Health Minister Robin Swann has strongly condemned overnight attacks on NIFRS crews.
We are asking the community to avoid putting unnecessary pressure on Firefighters during the ongoing COVID- 19 pandemic by keeping themselves safe this Halloween.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of a woman who died following a house fire on the Annaghbeg Road, Dungannon.
A pre-application community consultation process will begin on plans for further development of NIFRS Learning & Development Centre.
It is vitally important that the community is aware of the obvious causes of fire in their home, and the homes of their loved ones, and the steps they can take to prevent a fire from occurring.
We responded to 28 flood related incidents as a result of heavy rainfall between Midnight last night until 8pm this evening.
A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) Spokesperson said: “Between midnight and 5pm today (25 August) we received 49 flooding related…
We are currently dealing with significant flooding in the Bryansford Avenue of Newcastle.
The first ever group of NIFRS Firefighters to complete their training during a global pandemic have graduated today.