Ten dead as huge blaze ravages site in Carrickmines
The youngest victim of the early morning fire was just six-months-old
Ten people, including a number of children, have died and at least three others have been injured after a massive fire broke out in the Dublin 18 suburb of Carrickmines in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A Garda spokesperson said that the children who died were aged as young as six months.
Emergency services were called to a halting site on Glenamuck Road at around 4am on Saturday. In a statement, Dublin Fire Brigade said...
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