A fire at an Irish-owned fire station has destroyed three vehicles and destroyed two other buildings in the town of Ballymun.
The blaze broke out in the back of the building at Fire Station F.M.C.S. in the city of Battersea in County Down on Sunday afternoon.
Fire crews were called to the scene to find that there was a fire and a building had collapsed.
A spokesman for the National Fire Service said a crane had to be used to rescue the three vehicles.
He said: “The crane went through the roof and the fire took hold of the fire station.”
He said the cause of the blaze had not been established and that no injuries had been reported.
“There was no serious damage to any of the buildings in Ballymaun,” the spokesman said.
The fire was quickly put out, but the roof of the station had been damaged by the fire.
The cause of last week’s blaze in Dublin was not immediately known.