Prayers will be held in Wicklow this afternoon for the victims of a fire that broke out at an apartment in Dublin. One woman remains in a critical condition in hospital after the fire that has left a community devastated. Hundreds of people are expected to gather at today’s prayer service for the victims of the tragic fire that happened in Clondalkin in Dublin last Wednesday. 27 year old Annemarie O Brien who was pregnant, her two year old daughter Paris and their cousins, three old Holly and four year old Jordan all died in the blaze which broke out a domestic violence support facility. Jordan and Holly’s mother – Bridgit O Brien was visiting her cousin Annmarie at the time and remains in a critical condition in St James’s Hospital in Dublin where her family are keeping a bedside vigil. The family was also related to some of the victims of the harrowing Carrickmines fire in 2015 – in which ten people died. The service today will be held in Bray County Wicklow, not far from where Annemaire grew up in Fassaroe.