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Coleraine Crane Rescue costs NIFRS close to £1000

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The costs of rescuing a group of teenagers from a crane in the Pates Lane area of Coleraine on Monday 13th June 2016 were close to £1000, we can exclusively reveal.

Responding to a Freedom of Information request, the Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service revealed that the total costs of the Crane Rescue Operation were £982.

Breaking down this figure, Staffing Costs were £857, and Fuel Costs were £125.

These figures reflect the costs to NIFRS and no other Emergency Services.

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