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IrelandScary video shows block swallowed by smoke as emergency services rush to suspicious fire in Coolock

10:10  17 august  2019
10:10  17 august  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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"The emergency services have been amazing, including our local Bomberos Voluntarios who worked 18 hours during the night, trying to keep the fire under Emergency services said they almost brought the blaze under control on Sunday, but then the fire surged again leading to the evacuations.

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Scary video shows block swallowed by smoke as emergency services rush to suspicious fire in Coolock © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Emergency services rushed to the scene in Coolock on Friday morning

Dramatic footage shows smoke bellowing out of a North Dublin complex as emergency services desperately try to put the blaze out.

Gardai are investigating the suspicious fire which happened at Cromcastle Court, Kilmore, in the early hours of Friday morning.

Luckily there were no injuries reported while forensic workers stayed at the scene for hours inspecting the damage.

The Dublin Fire Brigade managed to control the blaze at 7.28am according to a spokesperson who described the fire as "well-developed" by the time they arrived.

They said: “Dublin Fire Brigade attended an incident at Cromcastle Park following a 999/112 call to the East Regional Communication Centre at 07:06am this morning.

“On arrival crews were met with a well-developed domestic fire involving two apartments.

“Fire crews from Kilbarrack and North Strand stations attended and using breathing apparatus conducted a search of the premises and dealt with the fire

“No injuries are reported and the fire was brought under control at 07:28.”

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