Following 3 tragic fire deaths in 72 hours, NIFRS calls on community to prioritise fire safety in the home this winter
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the loved ones of the 3 men who lost their lives in 3 separate accidental house fires in a 72 hour period.
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House Fire Fatality- Edenvale Crescent, Belfast
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of a man who died following a fire in the Edenvale Crescent area of East Belfast.
Road Safety Week 2022 – We all share the responsibility
As Road Safety Week gets underway all road users are reminded of our personal responsibility and the potential impact of our actions on those we share the road with.
NIFRS Statement: Halloween Operational Activity
From 6pm on 31 October – 1am on 1 November we received 72 emergency calls and responded to 44 operational incidents.
NIFRS Urges Everyone to be Fire Aware for a Happier Halloween
NIFRS is appealing for everyone to be aware of the extra fire hazards Halloween brings.
Swann commends Creeslough first responders
Health Minister Robin Swann has thanked emergency first responders from Northern Ireland who attended the Creeslough tragedy.
World Menopause Day- ‘Continuing the Conversation’
This World Menopause Day, NIFRS is ‘Continuing the Conversation’ and supporting employees with a series of training initiatives and workshops taking place throughout the week.
NIFRS Urges Fire Safety Vigilance as Cost of Living Soars
As the cost of living soars, NIFRS wants to ensure that people don’t put themselves at additional fire risk to deal with rising costs.
Fatal Incident – Dunamoy Drive, Antrim
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of a man who died following an apartment fire in the Dunamoy Drive area of Antrim yesterday morning.
Minister Swann pays tribute to Northern Ireland emergency service crews at Creeslough
Health Minister Robin Swann has paid tribute to the emergency service crews from Northern Ireland who attended the explosion at Creeslough in Co Donegal.