Cork fire crews deployed to potentially serious incident that turned out to

first_imgCork fire crews deployed to ‘potentially serious incident’ that turned out to be smoke canister The incident happened last night in the Tivoli Docks area. Source: Cork City Fire Brigade/Twitter Share1 Tweet Email 3 Comments By Rónán Duffy Smoke can be seen billowing from the Rubbish compactor. Source: Cork City FireCORK CITY FIRE Brigade has said it employed a full response to a potentially hazardous incident last night that turned out to be a smoke canister.The incident happened when fire crews were called to the Tivoli Docks area after orange smoke was seen pouring from a rubbish disposal.Security personnel had made the emergency call at about 6.45pm.Cork City Fire Brigade crews including the Hazardous Material Unit responded to the call using full hazmat protocol.The fire teams reviewed CCTV footage and also investigated the scene using breathing apparatus. May 4th 2019, 4:11 PM center_img 15,731 Views Saturday 4 May 2019, 4:11 PM Last night at approx 18:45 we received a 999/112 call from security staff reporting of an Orange plume of smoke coming from a rubbish disposal unit. Our crews including a Hazardous Material unit and Third Officer were mobilised to the Tivoli docks area. 1/2— Cork City Fire Brigade (@CorkCityFire) May 4, 2019 (Click here if video doesn’t play)After the investigations, the team declared the scene safe when it was determined that the orange smoke turned out to be a smoke canister in a refuse compactor.Cork City Fire Brigade said it had responded appropriately to “a potentially serious incident”. Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img

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