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Four hospitalised after three separate Dublin fires

The fires broke out in Raheny, Clondalkin and Donabate.

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FOUR PEOPLE HAVE been hospitalised following three separate fires in Dublin overnight.

Two people suffered burns after a gas cylinder exploded at a caravan in Donabate, north Dublin. It happened at around 8.30pm last night.

Just after midnight, emergency services were called to a house fire at Woodford Grove, Clondalkin where one person was taken to hospital with smoke inhalation.

Elsewhere, in Raheny, another person was taken to hospital with smoke inhalation after a fire broke out at a house on Maryville Road just after 4am.

Meanwhile, fire crews are still at the scene at Bray Head where a fire broke out yesterday.

Gardaí are advising people to avoid both Bray Head and Greystones to Bray cliff walk as visibility may be affected.

Read: Gardaí tell walkers to avoid Bray Head and cliff walk due to fire>

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