Wednesday 28th June, 2017
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DUBLIN, Ireland - Firefighters in south Dublin were kept on their toes on Sunday night after they rushed to douse two massive fires.

A large blaze broke out at a derelict building close to Adamstown station at approximately 7.30 pm and firefighters rushed to the scene.

Crews from Tallaght and Dolphin’s Barn were also called in for help in dousing the flames. 

A water tanker from Phibsborough, a turntable ladder from Dublin Fire Brigade HQ, and four units were employed to tackle the blaze. 

Firefighters in breathing apparatus fought the flames and crews had to use high volume hoses to fight the inferno after the “extensive” fire spread.    

They managed to douse the flames by 10 pm, and were soon called in to deal with another fire in Dolphin’s Barn. 

Firefighters were called to attend two fires in two apartments in St Teresa’s Gardens. 

No injuries were reported in either of the incidents. 

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