Fire Reported In Dundalk, Ireland Today – Officials are responding to the scene of a fire outbreak in Dundalk on Tuesday June 14, 2022. Thick flames was visible from a building off the bypass in the town centre. The fire started just before around 6.30pm this evening, Tuesday June 14th. Firefighters were called to the scene to combat a major as smoke where billowing into the sky from all over the Co Louth town. Louth County Council created hazardous conditions for neighboring motorists. Resident where told to please close windows and stay indoor. Officers are yet to reveal if anyone sustained injury in the fire.
A Garda spokesperson confirmed that Gardaí and emergency services are “currently attending the scene of a fire at an industrial facility on the Quay in Dundalk. Officers have not confirmed if the fire in Co Louth was accidental or natural. The cause and origin of this fire is being investigated by police and fire investigators. Dundalk is the county town of County Louth, Ireland. The town located in the Castletown River, which flows into Dundalk Bay on the east coast of Ireland. It is halfway between Dublin and Belfast, near the border with Northern Ireland.
Large Fire at medical centre in Blackrock
Emergency crews responded to a major fire that erupted a surgery building in Blackrock in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The fire incident happened around 3:10am on Tuesday, 14th June, 2022, at the premises on Main Street, Blackrock. Dundalk Fire Service received report of fire of a blaze at South Beach Medical Centre shortly after 3a.m. Firefighter spent almost two hour battling the fire and bring it under control. Dundalk Gardaí are investigating the fire as suspected criminal damage. According to a spokeswoman, the scene was preserved so that a technical analysis could be performed. There were no reported injuries. “At this time in this ongoing investigation, no arrests have been made.”