Gardai have launched an investigation into a domestic blaze
The blaze took place in Mulhuddart and left one resident hospitalized
Three units from Blanchardstown and Phibsborough attended the incident
DUBLIN, Ireland - Three units from Blanchardstown and Phibsborough attended the Mulhuddart blaze that left one person with serious injuries.
The blaze reportedly broke out late on Sunday and the resident who suffered injuries was treated at the scene by paramedics.
He was later rushed to the hospital, and his injuries were described as non-life threatening.
Gardai said on Sunday that they had launched an investigation into the blaze and have referred to the case as a criminal incident.
Gardai have called the fire an "incident of criminal damage.”
A Garda spokeswoman released a statement in which it said, "Garda and Fire services attended an incident of criminal damage by fire at a house on Belgree Boulevard, Tyrellstown D15. The incident occurred at approximately 11 pm. Investigations ongoing."
Officials said that no other casualties were reported but ESB and Gas Networks Ireland provided assistance due to the extent of damage throughout the property.
According to a statement released by a Dublin Fire Brigade spokesman, firefighters were on the scene for two hours.
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