Firefighters are currently at the scene of apartments on fire in north dublin.
An eyewitness told Dublin Live the flames have ripped through two floors of the building in Santry this evening.
They added that emergency services including the gardai, ambulance, and a helicopter are attending the incident.
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Four fire engines are battling the blaze as plumes of smoke can be seen rising from the vacant property.
A spokesperson for Dublin Fire Brigade said: “Four fire engines are attending a fire in a vacant residential property near Santry. Smoke is visible in the area but firefighters are on scene dealing with the incident.”
Dublin Live has contacted the gardai for a comment.
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