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Fire Breaks Out in Limerick Model Schools

A fire of unknown origin ignited yesterday morning in the inspector’s department of the Model Schools on Military Road in Limerick, causing concern among residents and authorities alike. The incident unfolded when smoke was spotted emanating from the office at 9:10 a.m., quickly escalating into flames that engulfed a section of the building.

Prompt action was taken as the City Fire Brigade was alerted to the scene, swiftly arriving to tackle the blaze. With their timely intervention, the fire was successfully extinguished by 10:15 a.m., bringing the situation under control.

Fortunately, the damage incurred from the fire was minimal, providing some relief amidst the initial alarm. Investigations into the cause of the fire are ongoing as authorities seek to ascertain the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The swift response of the City Fire Brigade played a crucial role in containing the fire and preventing further escalation, highlighting the importance of emergency preparedness and effective firefighting capabilities in safeguarding communities from such incidents.

As the affected premises undergo assessment and restoration, residents and authorities remain vigilant to prevent future occurrences and ensure the continued safety and security of the community.

Freeman’s Journal – Thursday 26 October 1916

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