Fire Blazes From Upper Stories of Dublin Hotel

Fire Blazes From Upper Stories of Dublin Hotel

Fire Blazes From Upper Stories of Dublin Hotel

Crews from Dublin Fire Brigade remain at the scene of a major blaze in Ballymun.

There were no initial reports of any injuries, with witnesses expressing hope that everyone had been evacuated safely.

"Some families were affected from the apartments above the hotel, but everyone is safe".

The hotel had been used as emergency accommodation for some of Dublin's homeless.

MEP Lynn Boylan said she believed "everyone is out of Metro Hotel and accounted for".

The fire brigade deployed eight fire engines and up to a dozen other units.

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Cops said: "Diversions in place at Santry Cross, Ballymun Road due to an incident".

The fire is burning across multiple floors of the building.

Local councillor Noeleen Reilly said the scene was "very scary".

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Dublin City Council has confirmed no homeless families were staying in the hotel at the time.

He added: "The situation is that the top seven floors of the hotel are now on fire".

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