Devastating blast destroys Lismore Park home

A Polish family was left homeless last week, following a serious fire that gutted a house in Lismore Park.
Adrian Pach, his partner Dorothy Horowska and the couple’s son Philip (22 months), had left the house they rent, at 12 Ormond Crescent, a short time before the devastating blast, which occurred around 1pm last Tuesday. On their return from a shopping trip, the family found their home in ruins and all their belongings destroyed. With the house completely uninhabitable, the family were forced to seek alternative accommodation with friends for Christmas.

Pictured outside his burnt out rented house at 12 Ormond Crescent, Lismore Park in Waterford was Polish man Adrian Pach who was living there with his partner Dorothy Horowska and son Philip, aged 22 months. Also included are next door neighbours Thomas and Jennifer Johnston and whose house was damaged by smoke. | Photography Noel Browne.

Pictured outside his burnt out rented house at 12 Ormond Crescent, Lismore Park in Waterford was Polish man Adrian Pach who was living there with his partner Dorothy Horowska and son Philip, aged 22 months. Also included are next door neighbours Thomas and Jennifer Johnston and whose house was damaged by smoke. | Photography Noel Browne.

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