The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service said Maureen Dorrian was just minutes from death.
What does NIFRS stand for?
NIFRS stands for Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (Antrim, Ireland)
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- Northern Ireland Farm Quality Assurance Scheme (UK)
- National Impact Fee Roundtable
- National Institute of Fire Restoration (Restoration Industry Association)
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- Netherlands Institute for Radiation Technology
- Nagoya International Friendship Society (Japan)
- National Institute for Farm Safety, Inc.
- National Institute for Fitness and Sport (Indianapolis, IN)
- National Institute for Fusion Science (Japan)
- National Institute of Floricultural Science (Japan)
- NATO Integrated Financial System
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- Non-Invasive Flow Studies (peripheral vascular circulatory test)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service had to help people from their homes in Belfast and counties Down, Armagh and Antrim, with more than 850 emergency calls received.
Residents of Belleek, Co Fermanagh, raised the funds for the heart machine and asked the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service to support the new venture.
A probe by Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service has determined the cause of fire as accidental.
The performance of the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service is below average compared with England.
The farmer called the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service, who found the animal had fallen down a chasm in the Glens of Antrim.
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service said there were two highly dangerous oxy acetylene cylinders in the building.