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03 Oct 2022

Main Street in Granard cordoned off as fire breaks out at landmark Longford pub John V Donohue’s

BREAKING: Main Street in Granard cordoned off as fire breaks out at landmark Longford pub John V Donohue’s

Photo from the scene of fire at John V Donohue's pub in Granard which has been since brought under control. Photo by Liam Cosgrove

Main Street in Granard, county Longford, has been cordoned off by the emergency services following a fire which broke out earlier this evening at the well known pub John V Donohue’s.

The fire is now under control and there are reports of no injuries, however, there are reports of significant smoke damage to the insider of the building which is a familiar landmark to visitors to Granard and Longford.

Gardaí say that they expect Main Street, Granard to remain closed over the next couple of hours to enable a technical examination of the scene to be carried out.

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