NIFRSNorthern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (Antrim, Ireland)
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During the most intense period, the NIFRS's regional control centre handled an emergency 999 call every minute.
"These changes have been brought about after detailed consideration and will allow NIFRS to continue to provide a safe and effective service.
"Thanks must go to the NIFRS for their prompt response in dealing with this serious incident."
They tweeted at 1.45am yesterday: "NIFRS Command Room closing at 0200hrs, 10 ongoing operational incidents with four bonfire related.
NIFRS Commander Barry McDowell urged people to be vigilant and safe.
A spokesperson for Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Council said: "We are working with all associated statutory agencies, including NIFRS and the PSNI, to ensure contingency measures are in place to protect people and property." A letter sent to residents of the flats stated the Corcrain Redmanville bonfire flouted the Fire Service's safe distance requirements.
He said: "As this is such an important life saving scheme, NIFRS would welcome approaches from other community groups across Northern Ireland interested in exploring the use of their fire station as an effective location for the storage and access of defibrillators."
Det Sgt Eric Fairfield said: "Police and NIFRS attended the scene.