Fire service called to blaze deliberately set by three inmates at Oberstown juvenile detention facility
The Dublin Fire Brigade has extinguished a small fire deliberately set by three inmates of the juvenile detention facility at Oberstown in north County Dublin.
The fire was set after the inmates barricaded themselves in a room at the centre around midnight on Friday.
The alarm was immediately raised and the fire was quickly brought under control without further incident.
Units from Swords, Skerries, B/briggan,Finglas & HQ are responding to a reported fire in Oberstown— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) February 27, 2016
Finglas & Swords are dealing with a small fire at Oberstown— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) February 27, 2016
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