Thursday evening’s home fire at Foxrock near the N11 Stillorgan Dual Carriageway.
A significant house fire occurred on Friday afternoon, and the Dublin Fire Brigade was sent to the scene.
A house caught fire in the neighborhood of Foxrock located on the N11 Stillorgan Dual Carriageway, and the local fire brigade was called to the scene.
The local district officer, together with three pumps, a water tanker, and a turntable ladder of thirty meters, were all sent to the location.
On Thursday morning, before noontime, the security system is suspected to have been triggered by a member of the public.
The Dublin Incident Brigade said on their Twitter account that the fire was swiftly put out and that nobody was wounded in the process.
It seemed like it had fallen into complete disrepair, and there was no evidence to suggest that anybody still lived there.
Images taken at the site show huge plumes of black smoke rising out of the building that is on fire.As a result of the haze, motorists also had a tough time.
Because of the fire, the Dublin Fire Brigade had to close down two lanes of traffic and a bike lane as they worked to put out the blaze.
Only a few days before, in the morning of a Sunday, a major fire completely gutted a well-known tavern in Carrick-On-Shannon.