Man to be charged in connection with Dublin flat fire which left woman and three children injured

Man to be charged in connection with Dublin flat fire which left woman and three children injured

A man, 20, is to be charged in relation to a fire at a flat at Tyrone Place, Inchicore in September last year.

The man will appear before Dublin District Court No. 1 at the Criminal Courts of Justice this afternoon.

Four occupants of the apartment were treated in hospital following the late night fire on September 18, 2017.

After the fire a woman in her 30s was taken to St James Hospital. Two boys, aged 8 and 12, were also taken to Crumlin Children’s hospital while a 7-year-old girl was taken to Temple Street Hospital for treatment.

Gardaí at Kilmainham Garda Stationinvestigating the fire arrested two men yesterday under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.

The second man, aged in his 30s, was released from custody and a file will be submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

- Digital Desk

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