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Firefighters battle massive fire at Dublin industrial estate for over two hours

The incident took place at a storage yard at the Robinhood Industrial Estate in Clondalkin.

Updated – 2:15pm

IT TOOK OVER two hours for fire crews to put out a blaze at a Clondalkin industrial estate last night.

Three pumps from the Dolphin’s Barn and Tallaght fire stations were used to bring the tyre and container fire under control.

The incident took place at a storage yard at the Robinhood Industrial Estate.

Dublin Fire Brigade posted photos of the fire on social media this morning.

 

A spokesperson said fire services were first called at 10:30pm and that the incident was closed at 12:52am.

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