Munster Fire and Rescue
Welcome to The Munster Fire and Rescue website. We are a group of commonly minded people who share an interest in all of the Fire and Rescue Services. We also wish to help show the work and equipment that these great people do in the areas that they work, so we have decided to set up this site.
We now have been going for nearly 3 years and we have come along way since we started. Over 100000 visitors from over 80 countries. This has been above and beyond all expectations that we though possible. A very big word of thanks to you all for helping us to get this far and your continued support into the future would be really appreciated.
We been very surprised by the helpfulness of everyone we have met along our travels and we would like to thank all those we have met, got us contacts into other stations and have emailed us with pictures of appliances and of incidents. There are so many to thank as a result and we wish to leave no one out so hopefully this will cover everyone. Thank you one at all.
We would really appreciate your support going into the future, especially with photographs of appliances, incidents and information on fleet movements, be it Coast Guard, Fire Service, Ambulance Service, Airport Fire & Rescue services or the Volunteer Rescue/Medical Services.
We are currently tracking down a number of new appliances that have been delivered and we hope to bring pictures of these shortly as well as a number of fleet movements.
We are really trying at the moment to complete the ambulance pages of the Site. We are currently looking for pictures of the HSE NAS ambulances and special units in the following areas:
Kilrush, Ennistymon in County Clare
All of County Kerry (Tralee, Killarney, Listowel, Ballybunion, Kenmare, Caherciveen & Dingle)
Your help with these would be really appreciated
We really appreciate the photos of incidents that have been sent to us, but if you have any more and are willing to share them we would only be too delighted to post them (they will be fully credited to the person who sends them to us and that person fully owns the copyright on them, fully Anonymity WILL be respected also).
It has been YOU guys that have helped us get this far so the site is about you as much as it is about us and your support into future would be appreciated.
The Munsterfireandrescue.com Team
Site Updated on 2nd of November 2013
Fire Service Updates
Cork County Fire Service - Cork County South - Page Updated - Arrival of the new 2013 Scania P320 Sidhean Teo WrL 132-C-4762 to Bandon
Clare County Fire & Rescue Service - Page Updated - Recent arrival of Scania P320 Sidhean Teo WrL 132-CE-363 to the fleet.
Cork County Fire Service - Cork County North - Page Updated.
HSE National Ambulance Service Updates
HSE NAS Cork City & County Ambulance Fleet Page - Updated.
Unknown Allocation Section added - Your help in locating the current allocation of these vehicles would be very much appreciated.
HSE NAS - Tipperary North (Mid-West Region) - Page Updated.
With Thanks to Brian Lafford.
HSE NAS - Cork City & County - Ambulance Fleet & Specialist Vehicles - Pages Both Updated
A recent fire in the village of Rathcormac, Co. Cork.
More photographs of the incident added to the Incident Photographs - Fires Page.
Above - Irish Red Cross (Munster Units), Order of Malta & HSE NAS - South Tipperary - Pages Updated with thanks to Brian Lafford
Below - Incident Photographs - Rescues - Page Updated - Royal Navy Capability Demo - Thanks to Ian Vickery for use of his photographs
We are looking for help from you the people that look at this site.If you have any pictures of vehicles that are currently being used by the emergency services or photographs of incidents with the services that we cover on this site and are willing to share them with us please send them to any of the E-Mail address"s found at the end of this page. All copyrights will be forwarded to the sender.
We would also ask you to please sign our Vistor Book and leave a comment on what you think of the site. THANK YOU.
02/11/2013 - Clare County Fire & Rescue Service - Page Updated
02/11/2013 - Cork County Fire Service - Cork County South & Cork County Fire Service - Pages updated
22/09/2013 - Cork County Fire Service - Cork County North - Page Updated
13/09/2013 - Cork County Fire Service - Cork County West & South - Pages Updated
03/08/2013 - Cork County Fire Service - Cork County North - Page Updated
02/08/2013 - Cork County Fire Service - Cork County East - Page Updated
18/06/2013 - Munster Fire Service Videos - Page Updated
10/06/2013 - Cork County Fire & Rescue Service. Kerry County Fire & Rescue Service & HSE NAS Waterford City & County - Pages Updated
06/05/2013 - HSE NAS Cork City & County Ambulance Fleet Page Updated, Kerry County Fire & Rescue Service Page Updated and South Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service Page Updated
30/04/2013 - Links Page Updated - Emergency Vehicle Photos Link Added
22/04/2013 - Munster Fire Service Videos - Page Updated - 3 Videos Added
(Apologies for the slow pace of updates as I have bad very bad computer issues but these have now been cleared)
29/03/2013 - Waterford City Fire Service & Cork County Fire Service (Cork County North) - Both Pages Updated
26/03/2013 - Limerick City Fire & Rescue Service - Page Updated
24/03/2013 - Cork City Fire Brigade - Page Updated
24/03/2013 - Cork Airport Fire & Rescue Service - Page Updated
03/03/2013 - Cork City Fire Brigade & New, Second Use, Imported and Upgarde Appliances - Page Updated
This site is not associated with any of the Emergency Services featured on it. No information contained on the site represents any offical policies of any of the services featured on it. All information included on it is in good faith. Any persons highlighting any concern should contact the webmasters email:
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