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Firefighters and gardaí at scene of car on fire at Carrickmines Retail Park

Gardaí have confirmed that no injuries have been reported.

DUBLIN FIRE BRIGADE is currently attending the scene of a car on fire in Carrickmines Retail Park, Dublin. 

Dublin Fire Brigade said the incident involved a vehicle fire which affected a nearby gas main. 

Three fire engines are currently attending the blaze. 

Smoke is visible in the area and Gas Networks Ireland and gardaí are on scene. 

Gardaí have confirmed that no injuries have been reported. 

In a statement, Dublin City Council said: “Dublin Fire Brigade were called to a vehicle fire at Carrickmines Retail Park at 4.40pm today. On arrival, firefighters discovered that the fire had spread to a nearby gas main. 

“Three fire engines are on scene and Gas Networks Ireland have been requested to the incident as well.”

AA Roadwatch has said traffic is heavy on the Glenamuck Road approaching the Ballyoran Road Junction. 

“Take care as smoke may be affected visibility in the area,” it said.

Enquiries are ongoing.

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