The emergency services are participating in a major fire at a recycling plant in Dublin.
The Dublin Fire Brigade has confirmed that four fire engines, a water tanker and a foam breaker are all at the scene of the fire at Greenogue in Rathcoole.
They said in a statement on Twitter that they received a call of 999 to warn them about the fire shortly after midnight.
4 fire engines, turntable ladder and senior officers on the spot #GreenogueFire, large quantities of recycling material on fire. 1st 999 call at 00:05 #Dublin #fire #Rathcoole #Newcastle pic.twitter.com/v45GWyMkc0
– Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) August 21, 2018
They have urged people to be careful when they pass the scene.
They said: "The operations are going on in the recycling center in Greenogue, the plume of smoke is visible from the Naas Rd, if you go to work soon, do not be distracted by #Dublin #fire #Rathcoole #Newcastle."
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