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Emergency services called to fire at house in Dublin

Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the house in the city centre on Wednesday morning.

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Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the house fire in the city centre (Niall Carson/PA)

Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the house fire in the city centre (Niall Carson/PA)

Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the house fire in the city centre (Niall Carson/PA)

Emergency services have attended the scene of a fire at a property in Dublin.

Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the house in the city centre on Wednesday morning after a blaze broke out.

Gardai said they are at the scene of the fire on Parkgate Street, which emergency services were alerted to after 9.15am.

Dublin Fire Brigade tweeted: “Operations are ongoing and we have asked Luas to suspend trams in that area.

“There are also traffic restrictions in place.”

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