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Firefighters battling large blaze at derelict building in north Dublin

The fire has been ablaze in north Dublin for more than an hour.

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DUBLIN FIRE BRIGADE (DFB) is currently battling a large fire in north Dublin.

The blaze, at a derelict house on the Howth Road in Killester, near Raheny, has been alight for at least the past hour.

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Three DFB pumps and a foam tender are on the scene, along with a senior officer.

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No injuries have as yet been reported.

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