Jack Quann
Jack Quann

12.54 24 Feb 2020


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Three people have been rescued from the River Liffey in Dublin city centre.

Dublin Fire Brigade received a call of a person in the water at O'Connell Bridge just before midday on Monday.

On arrival there were three people in the water.

Reports suggest that two people had got into the water to help the first person.

That first person was removed from the river at Butt Bridge by the Dublin Fire Brigade.

They have since been taken to hospital.

The two rescuers refused an offer of hospitalisation.


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