Kilkenny Store Damaged In Fire

Fire crews are still at the scene of a fire which broke out at a pet food store beside an animal foods plant in Co Kilkenny in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Fire crews were called to Connolly's Red Mills animal foods plant in Goresbridge around 2am,

The blaze was brought under control by 5am. No-one was injured.

It is believed that the fire started in a shed, which a large number of pallets were kept.

Connolly's Red Mills said that they were not expecting supply to be significantly disrupted, because their main pet food facility and store was based around 6kms away in Rednut Ltd in Gowran.


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