Police seek help to investigate sa shop fire that shut down main section of centre in west Dublin
A branch of the Catholic church shut down its main branch in west Dublin today after the fire at its shop.
The branch of St Peter’s College, on St George Street, West Dublin, was closed down around 10am as firefighters tried to put out the blaze, which is believed to have started in the building’s back garden and gutted the ground floor.
Local residents on nearby High Street say they were shocked to hear of the fire.
“People said my wife, her daughter, my sister, I was stnatyasastra.comanding around talking with my brother on the phone when we heard the fire – we’ve been here a little bit since 6.45 – it was pretty awful,” said one man.
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Meanwhile, gardaí have launched inquiries into the cause of the fire after one fire officer tweeted on Friday morning he believed a fire had damaged the St Peter’s College branch building.
A statement issued by the Church of Ireland’s Dublin office said: “To the Lord’s great credit, the management and members of our community were able to contain the fire at a relatively safe building on St George Street in west Dublin.
“We will be asking that, should any other incident occur involving our branches, a special staff member or team-member be dispatched to the scene to confirm the facts.”