Cork City Fire Service were dealing with several gorse fires on Saturday.
The Ballyvolane crew were called to several incidents over the course of the day.
In the County, crews from Dunmanway, Clonakilty and Bantry were also put to work with a forest fire in Shiplake, Dunmanway.
Crews from Dunmanway, clonakilty and Bantry assisted by @IrishAirCorps fighting a significant forest fire at Shiplake Dunmanway. Smoke on the roads, please avoid the area. @corkcountyfire @Corkcoco pic.twitter.com/tRMikiDKBB— Bantry Fire Brigade (@BantryFire) April 25, 2021
The fires occurred as a blaze continues to burn at Killarney National Park as well as on the Mourne Mountains.
The fires occurred during a orange ‘high risk’ forest fire warning issued by the Government until Monday.
People are being asked to avoid all outdoor fires and open ignition sources and landowners are urged to obey restrictions in relation to land burning.
Cork city fire service reminded members of the public to call 999/112 in an emergency.