Ireland Man rescued from water at Dun Laoghaire after falling in

14:30  09 november  2017
14:30  09 november  2017 Source:   Dublin Live

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A man has been rescued from the water at Dun Laoghaire this morning after falling in.

The man, believed to be in his 30s, was pulled from the water shortly after 8am.

The man was said to be breathing and conscious and has been brought to hospital.

The RNLI, HSE, Dublin Fire Brigade and various rescue teams were at the scene to get the young man.

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A spokesperson from the Dublin Marine Co-ordination centre said: "The man, we believe to be aged in his 30s, fell into the water at Dun Laoghaire.

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"The RNLI, HSE were tasked and rescued the man from the water.

"He was conscious and breathing after coming out."

Dublin Fire Brigade tweeted: "Firefighters from D Watch Dun Laoghaire have taken a person from water at the East Pier, @LoughlinstwnNAS@IrishCoastGuard attending too."

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