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# Emergency

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Search for man seen falling into river in Kilkenny
'We are dealing with people's lives here': Paramedics speak out about tragic deaths
Eight homes evacuated in the middle of the night after gas explosion
What alerts systems are available for your smartphone?
Man calls 911 because his wife got stuck in her jacket
Concerns that overcrowding at Tallaght Hospital puts patient safety at risk
Gas explosion in Essex flattens houses and injures at least ten people
Faster, safer, higher: Replacement of Irish Coast Guard chopper fleet completed
Call for Government to provide emergency funding for storm damage repair
Stormwatch: Over 7,000 homes without power, floods and high tides
Woman rescued from semi-submerged car in Kerry
Ireland to send 40 tonnes of aid to South Sudan
88 injured after roof collapses at London theatre
Couple call 911 because they didn't get hash browns at McDonalds
Firefighter survives six-storey fall
Waterford County Council rejects claims that station was closed due to lack of staff
Transport Dept examines issues with emergency marine beacons
Launch of project to involve communities in emergency response
Mountain rescue teams attend 100th callout this year
A&E closure in St Columcille's Hospital is a 'slap in the face' to Wicklow people
Troika to make their last review visit to Dublin today
Met Eireann to help in emergencies where hazardous material is put into the atmosphere
64-year-old man killed crossing Dublin road
Bomb blast on bus in Russia kills 5 people
RNLI brings 15-year-old needing 'urgent medical attention' to mainland Cork
Transplant Association: ‘We need to ensure ambulance breakdown doesn’t happen again’
HSE has 'no plans' to provide ambulance staff with stab vests
Driver escapes uninjured from large truck fire on M50
Yosemite fires cause tourists to flee national park
Firefighters tackle blaze at storage factory in Waterford
“Mechanical issue” forces UA flight to make Dublin emergency landing
Over 4,000 hoax calls made to ambulance service last year
A broken nose, a house party and too much booze - after dark on a Dublin ambulance
'Car vs pedestrian' and a 10-foot fall - a Saturday shift on a Dublin ambulance
Coast Guard evacuating 'urgent medical case' in longest ever rescue mission
Concern spent €147m last year – 89% of that went to charity
How would Ireland’s hospitals cope with a mass casualty incident?
Fodder scheme doubled to €2m and extended for two more weeks
Ireland ready for natural disaster despite 'budgetary situation'
INMO to debate emergency motion on industrial action