Firefighters battle 'large' blaze near a Dublin train station
Earlier fire at South Dublin apartments has been extinguished
Dublin Fire Brigade tackled a large fire near a train station on Sunday evening.
Emergency services were called to a derelict building close to Adamstown station at approximately 7.30pm.
A spokesman confirmed that four units, a turntable ladder and a District Officer are attending the scene.
Firefighters, wearing breathing apparatus, are attempting to bring the flames under control.
There are no reports of any injuries at this point.
Units from Tallaght, Dolphin's Barn, headquarters and a water tanker from Phibsboro are at the scene.
Units from Tallaght, D/Barn, TTL from HQ & Water tanker from P/boro are dealing with a large fire in Adamstown— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) March 19, 2017
Fire in Adamstown is up graded to a 4 pump fire with TTL, water tanker. BA teams in use— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) March 19, 2017
Earlier DFB were called to deal with fires in two apartments.
A spokesman confirmed that three units were dispatched to Saint Teresa's Gardens.
Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus entered the building and brought the blaze under control.
2 apartments are on fire in St. Teresas Gdn, BA teams are working in both apartments to extinguish the fire.— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) March 19, 2017
Nobody was injured in the fire and the incident was wrapped up this evening.