One injured in large Dublin house fire

One injured in large Dublin house fire
Pic: Dublin Fire Brigade Twitter

One person was treated by emergency services after a large fire broke out at a house in Dublin yesterday.

Three fire engines attended the scene in Clondalkin.

The blaze caused significant damage, with the roof caving in, but the blaze was prevented from spreading to an adjoining house.

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