Dublin Fire Brigade battles blaze at Blanchardstown industrial unit

Dublin Fire Brigade battles blaze at Blanchardstown industrial unit

Six units of Dublin Fire Brigade are battling a large fire at an Industrial Unit in west Dublin.

The blaze was reported just after 5am today at a furniture warehouse on Kilshane Drive in Mulhuddard in Blanchardstown.

Two fire engines are still at the scene bringing the fire under control.

There are no reports of any injuries.

Update9.20am: The fire is now under control. Meanwhile, there was a fire at a restaurant in Malahide Castle this morning, which has been brought under control by three units of the fire brigade.


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