03/09/2007

Gardaí Investigate Dublin Car Park Fire

Gardaí have launched an investigation after three cars were damaged in a blaze at an underground car park in Dublin on Sunday morning.

It is understood that the fire broke out in the car park of Carrigmore Crescent apartments in the Tallaght area of the city around 3am on Sunday.

No one was injured in the fire.

(KMcA/SP)

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