Emergency Services Tackle Fire At Bray Recycling Plant

Emergency services are tackling a large fire at a waste recycling plant in Bray, County Dublin, this morning, Monday 27 March.

The fire in the Fassaroe area, is believed to have started in a stack of timber pallets at the recycling plant and has produced large plumes of thick smoke. It is understood the smoke is visible for several miles.

Emergency services have said that the "situation is under control".

There have been no reports of any injuries.


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