Three Hospitalised After Dublin Fire

Three people have reportedly been taken to hospital following a fire in a building in Rathgar in Dublin on Wednesday morning.

It is understood that the fire broke out around 8.30am in the building on Garville Road.

The people who were taken to hospital are understood to be suffering from smoke inhalation.

In a separate incident, a blaze also broke out at the Polly Hops pub, near Newcastle, Co. Dublin in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Five units of the Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the scene when the fire broke out around 4am.

No-one was injured in the blaze. However, the Newcastle to Lucan road was closed as a result of the fire, but it has since re-opened.


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