One person was rescued from a cruiser after it caught fire near Cleenish Island, Bellanaleck last night, June 20.

Three Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) appliances - two from Enniskillen Fire Station and one from Lisnaskea Fire Station - attended the incident following a call at 7.48pm on Monday night.

A NIFRS spokesperson said: "Firefighters were called to a pleasure cruiser boat on fire."

One man was on board the cruiser and was rescued by another boat before firefighters arrived.

"Firefighters assessed the scene from an RNLI boat, and the decision was made that they were unable to safely extinguish the fire, and so allowed the fire to burn out.

"The incident was dealt with by 9.33pm and the cause of the fire is believed to be accidental ignition."