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A spokesperson from the Mayo Fire Service said that Bonfire Night was “very quiet”, with the fire brigade called out to two minor bonfire incidents — one in Westport and one in Castlebar, both of which were easily dealt with.
The following are some of the fires that occurred in the city in the last century.
City council staff and incident response teams have been working around the clock to repair the damage caused by last Friday’s explosion, to minimise disruption to the public, and to continue with local authority business and services. It is now hoped that most of City Hall will be operational by next Monday.
Lives in the south Connemara area are being put in jeopardy because of a serious lack of fire services, according to Galway senator Fidelma Healy Eames.
A major fire broke out on the top floor of Burleigh House, Ellison Street, Castlebar, late on Monday morning. The property, which looks out on to the Mall in the county town, housed a number of business and flats.
Mullingar Fire Service held a charity car wash in Tesco’s carpark at the weekend in order to raise funds for Natasha Dyer.
Fire crews from Galway and Clifden were battling gorse fires across Connemara this week, with fires breaking out yesterday in Derryinver, Moyard, and Roundstone/Ballyconneely.
An outbreak of gorse fires blazed throughout Mayo over the past number of days which led to the county’s fire services tackling extensive fires in Castlebar, Westport, Foxford, Louisburgh, Kiltimagh, and Ballinrobe. However according to a Garda spokesperson the fires were not suspicious in nature.
Ten workers had to be evacuated from a mine this week after a fire broke out in a mill above ground.
The woman who died in a house fire in Mullingar on Wednesday has been named locally as Noeleen McKenna (neé McCoy).