Five units of Dublin Fire Brigade battle city centre blaze
Fire crews wearing breathing apparatus have fought a blaze at a building on Dublin's Gardiner Street this morning.
The alarm was raised just before 7am when the fire was detected.
Five units of Dublin Fire Brigade attended the scene backed up by a District Officer and Advanced Paramedics.
Smoke could be seen pouring from the front door of the Georgian building, which is used as offices, on the corner of Gardiner Street Lower and Deverell Place as the fire crews tackled the fire.
We've a number of units at a premises fire on Gardiner Street. BA crews committed. The fire is now extinguished, however crews will remain on scene to vent the building and damp down. Expect traffic delays. @aaroadwatch @LiveDrive Photo: @RobbieWhelan7 pic.twitter.com/vDmtavKW95— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) December 6, 2017
There were no immediate reports of injuries but the building will have to be searched now that the fire is extinguished.
There were some traffic delays in the area due to the number of emergency vehicles at the scene.
More to follow