27/02/2018

Three People Dead In House Fire In Co Fermanagh

At least three people have died in a house fire in Co Fermanagh.

Emergency services were called to the blaze in the Molly Road area of Derrylin on Tuesday morning, 27 February.
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The fire has been extinguished and investigations are ongoing.

The public have been advised to avoid the area.

(CD)

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