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Two people rescued from River Liffey

One was taken to hospital, but the other refused to go.

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TWO PEOPLE WERE rescued from the River Liffey last night.

Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) confirmed it received a call about the incident at around 8pm.

Four DFB units attended the scene and two people were pulled from the water near the boardwalk at the Ha’penny Bridge.

A DFB spokesperson told TheJournal.ie one of the people was taken to St James’s Hospital for treatment, but the other person refused to go.

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