NIFRS Statement: House Fire Fatality, Co Armagh
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of a man who died following a house fire in Derrynoose, Co Armagh.
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NIFRS wins NI Road Safety Award for innovative ‘Your Choice’ virtual reality road safety programme
NIFRS has been awarded a prestigious NI Road Safety Award for our innovative virtual reality road safety programme ‘Your Choice.’
NIFRS uses virtual reality technology to promote rural road safety this ‘Road Safety Week’
This year Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service responded to over 600 road traffic collisions and rescued over 440 people who were trapped in their vehicles.
Road Safety Week: Beware the Dangers on Rural Roads
NIFRS is collaborating with The Department for Infrastructure, road safety partners in the emergency services and the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster to urge everyone to be aware of the particular vulnerabilities we all face when we travel.
Duncrue Street Fire, Belfast
15 November 2019 NIFRS is currently still dealing with a fire incident at the M2 Business Park, Duncrue Street, Belfast. Fire Crews…
NIFRS celebrates award-winning Employees
The vital contribution that NIFRS employees make to protecting the community was celebrated at a special awards ceremony in Lisburn on Tuesday 12 November.
999 Open Day at Central Station – 16 November 2019
Central Fire Station is hosting a ‘999’ Emergency Services Open Day on Saturday 16 November 2019 from 12.30 – 4pm.
NIFRS launches Crescent Link Volunteer programme in Derry/Londonderry
NIFRS has launched a Volunteer programme at Crescent Link Fire Station, Derry/Londonderry.
Halloween 2019 Operational Activity Update – lowest number of incidents in seven years
NIFRS received 77 emergency calls and Fire Crews responded to 51 operational incidents.
Never mind ghouls and goblins, it’s fireworks and sparklers you should look out for this Halloween
NIFRS is calling on the community to be aware of potential fire hazards and to keep themselves safe while celebrating this Halloween.