Increase in operational activity- 11 July 2021
NIFRS dealt with a significant increase in emergency calls and mobilisations to bonfire related incidents over the 9th, 10th and 11th July.
Two Fire Appliances are continuing to deal with what was a substantial fire at a waste recycling facility on the Limestone Road, Belfast.
Following our investigation, we can confirm that a lightning strike was the most likely cause of the fire at a commercial premises on Railway Street, Strabane.
With ‘staycationing’ on the increase this summer we are urging everyone to follow our simple advice to stay safe when on holiday.
Over 40 Firefighters are continuing to deal with what was a substantial fire at a waste recycling depot at Duncrue Pass, Belfast.
Firefighters attended a fire at a 4 storey derelict building on Mill Street, Hilden, Lisburn.
38 new Wholetime Firefighters graduated from NIFRS today, and will now begin their careers in Fire Stations across Northern Ireland.
We have welcomed planning approval from Mid Ulster Council for the final phase of our Learning & Development Centre, outside Cookstown.
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of a man who died following a fire in a house in Park View, Cloghoge, Newry on Friday evening.
The Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service Board is pleased to announce that it is recruiting for the post of Chief Fire & Rescue Officer.