Dublin Fire Brigade tackled a large industrial fire in Glasnevin in the early hours of the morning.
The blaze needed six fire engines, a water tanker and a foam tender to respond to it - reported dublinlive.
The vacant industrial building was located on St Mobhi Road.
Dublin Fire Brigade said that the first emergency call about the fire came in at around 22.34pm.
After the fire was controlled, three engines from the fire service remained on the scene.
Taking to Twitter to share pictures of the blaze, the fire service said: "Last night 6 fire engines, a water tanker & foam tender dealt with a fire in a vacant building on St Mobhi rd Dublin 1st 999 call at 2234."
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