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rescue operation

A man was rescued from the River Liffey in Dublin this morning

Firefighters and gardaí worked together to rescue the man.

A MAN IN his 20s was rescued from the River Liffey in Dublin this morning by gardaí and members of the Dublin Fire Brigade.

The rescue happened at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay just east of the Samuel Beckett Bridge at about 11 am this morning.

The man was taken out of the water by a Dublin Fire Brigade rescue boat after gardaí used a life buoy to keep him afloat in the water.

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