Ireland

Fatalities feared following fire at house in south Dublin

Dublin Fire Brigade units and gardaí responding to incident in Drimnagh

The scene at the house in Lansdowne Valley, Drimnagh. Photograph: The Irish Times

The scene at the house in Lansdowne Valley, Drimnagh. Photograph: The Irish Times

Dublin Fire Brigade units and gardaí are responding to a house fire in the south inner city area of Dublin.

The fire broke out in a home in the Lansdowne Valley area, Drimnagh, on Saturday afternoon.

It is feared there may be a number of fatalities.

A Garda spokeswoman confirmed units were attending the scene, but could not clarify if anyone had been injured in the fire.

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