Firefighters in Dublin had to deal with multiple car fires in the city last night, and were forced to protect themselves from toxic gases at one blaze.
At around 9pm last night, a unit from Tallaght was called to a car on fire off the Blessington Road.
In Finglas, firefighters were alerted to a blaze in the area at around midnight.
Due to the toxic gases coming from the fire, crews had to wear breathing apparatus to protect them.
No injuries were reported from either incident.
A car fire being dealt with by Finglas station tonight... Breathing apparatus protects the F/F from the toxic gases pic.twitter.com/7WbWGHCwFu— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) May 29, 2016