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Five-year-old boy and two adults hospitalised after fire at Dublin apartments

Sixteen people had to spend last night in a hotel as their apartments are now uninhabitable.

A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy and two adults were taken to hospital after being rescued from a fire in a Dublin apartment complex yesterday evening.

The blaze broke out at Geraldstown Wood in Northwood Santry at around 5:10pm.

Two men and a five-year-old were hospitalised for smoke inhalation.

The boy was taken to Temple Street Children’s Hospital.

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The fire engulfed two apartments but six homes were badly affected and are now uninhabitable.

Last night, sixteen people who live in the apartment had to spend the night in a hotel.

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