Fire at a Malahide restaurant tonight

Fire at a Malahide restaurant tonight

The large fire that broke out at a restaurant on Dublin's Northside this evening has now been extinguished.

Nautilus Restaurant in Malahide Village became engulfed in flames shortly before 8pm this evening, where five fire engines attended the scene.

It is not yet clear what caused the blaze.

Main street is currently closed to traffic and at this stage there are no reports of any injuries.

A fire at a North Dublin restaurant has been extinguished.

Five fire engines attended the scene of a large fire at Nautilus Restaurant in Malahide Village shortly before 8pm this evening.

It is not yet clear what caused the blaze.

Main street is currently closed to traffic and at this stage there are no reports of any injuries.


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