Great Whiskey Fire

Great Whiskey Fire

The Great Whiskey Fire of Dublin killed 13 people in 1875, but none of them perished as a result of smoke inhalation or burns. All victims died of alcohol poisoning by drinking the whiskey from the river of burning whiskey that ran through the streets of Dublin that night.

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