Dublin Fire Brigade attend house fire in Clondalkin

By William O'Connor

Three units of Dublin Fire Brigade from Tallaght and Dolphin’s Barn attended a house fire in the Glenfield area of Clondalkin on Wednesday evening.

One person was treated by ambulance and taken to Tallaght University Hospital with burns.

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Dublin Fire Brigade at the scene

Dublin Fire Brigade managed stop the blaze from spreading to other houses and The Echo also understands a dog was rescued from the house.

The blaze caused significant damage with the roof collapsing in.

There is a GoFundMe page set up for the families: Relief fund for house fire.

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