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Update from Cork County Council Fire in Ringaskiddy 10/01/2021 7.00PM (Bilingual)

Cork County Council can confirm that crews from Crosshaven and Carrigaline were joined by crews from Midleton and Cobh Fire Station today.

The Fire Service continued to manage the fire which occurred in a grain storage facility at the R and H Hall site in Ringaskiddy on Saturday morning.

Throughout the day, fire service crews have been exposing, dampening and extinguishing any hot spots within the storage facility.

This natural, organic animal feed will continue to smoulder until it is removed from its current position.

Cork County Fire Service Welcomes New Additions to Fleet

Cork County Council has taken delivery of 2 new 8,500 litre water tankers to complement the existing Council Fire Services fleet.

The new water tankers, which will be stationed in Bandon and Bantry, will improve fire fighting services in responding to fires in areas which do not have an existing hydrant supply.

In welcoming the water tankers, Chief Executive of Cork County Council Tim Lucey highlighted the importance of such equipment to the Council’s Fire Service,