Fire at top Dublin Audi dealership
Dublin Fire Brigade rushed to the scene of one of Dublin's top car dealers.
The emergency services rushed to the scene and discovered a number of cars had gone up in flames at the Audi dealership on Monday.
The fire was visible from the M50 with smoke bellowed out over the motorway.
The incident happened at a garage in Finglas near the M50 earlier today.
Four units of the fire brigade attended the scene and firefighters wore breathing apparatus as they gained access to the roof of the building.
The staff at Audi thanked the emergency services for their quick response and professionalism to the incident.
Car sales business has resumed as normal after the fire.
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