Dublin Fire Brigade tackle blaze overnight in Drumcondra

A fire has been tackled overnight on the northside of Dublin.

The blaze broke out on the roof of a derelict building in Drumcondra.

Four units of Dublin Fire Brigade attended the scene and a turntable ladder was also used.

Firefighters from the North Strand and Phibsborough fought the blaze.

- Digital Desk

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