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Bray fire deaths inquest adjourned at request of Gardai

Published 04/11/2008

The inquest into the deaths of two firemen who were killed as they tackled a blaze in Bray last year has been adjourned this morning.

The inquest, which opened at the Dublin County Coroner's Court, was adjourned at the request of the Gardai to allow the completion of their investigation into the fire.

Brian Murray and Mark O'Shaughnessy died while fighting a blaze at a disused warehouse just off the Lower Dargle Road in Bray on September 26th, 2007.

Two people have already been questioned in relation to the tragedy and files are being prepared for the DPP.

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