Man injured in reported explosion in Donegal

Man injured in reported explosion in Donegal

One man has been taken to hospital following a reported explosion at a Co Donegal car yard.

The incident happened around 11.30am at Donegal Car Breakers at Bonagee outside Letterkenny.

A number of ambulances and fire tenders rushed to the scene following reports of the explosion.

Eye-witnesses reported hearing a loud bang and a plume of smoke coming from the area.

One man was taken to Letterkenny University Hospital by ambulance but his condition is not yet known.

A full investigation into the cause of the incident has been launched.

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