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Saturday 20 October 2018

Seven units of Dublin Fire Brigade called to battle large blaze on Dublin's northside

Dublin Fire Brigade dealing with a fire at a derelict site on Richmond Road Drumcondra. Photo: Steve Humphreys
Dublin Fire Brigade dealing with a fire at a derelict site on Richmond Road Drumcondra. Photo: Steve Humphreys
Emergency services are attending the scene of a large blaze on Dublin's northside (Photo: Adrian Weckler)
Dublin Fire Brigade dealing with a fire at a derelict site on Richmond Road Drumcondra. Photo: Steve Humphreys
Dublin Fire Brigade dealing with a fire at a derelict site on Richmond Road Drumcondra. Photo: Steve Humphreys
Dublin Fire Brigade dealing with a fire at a derelict site on Richmond Road Drumcondra. Photo: Steve Humphreys
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Dublin Fire Brigade is still battling a large blaze on Dublin's northside after the fire broke out at approximately 2pm today.

Five pumps, two aerial units and a foam and a command unit attended the scene at Richmond Road in Drumcondra.

The road was partly closed as emergency services battled the huge fire at the derelict warehouse.

Residents were warned to close their windows as a precaution as the smoke spread quickly across the north side.

AA Roadwatch reported Richmond Road at the Ballybough Road junction to be closed due to the incident.

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