Gardai examine cause of huge blaze in Dublin recycling plant

Gardai­ have said they are preparing to carry out a forensic investigation into a major fire which broke out at a recycling plant in Dublin in the early hours of yesterday morning.

26th January, 2014
Dublin Fire Brigades attended a fire at the Oxigen recycling plant on the Ballymount Road in Dublin yesterday Picture: Collins

Gardai­ have said they are preparing to carry out a forensic investigation into a major fire which broke out at a recycling plant in Dublin in the early hours of yesterday morning.

At one point, almost 60 firefighters from the Dublin Fire Brigade battled the blaze at the Oxigen facility in Ballymount industrial estate.

A huge plume of smoke was generated by slow-burning bales of recycled plastics, and the fire is not expected to be...

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