Chemical spill at Salvation Army Centre dealt with

Thursday 21 August 2014 23.50
Three fire engines and a decontamination unit have dealt with the spill
Three fire engines and a decontamination unit have dealt with the spill

The Dublin Fire Service has dealt with a chemical spill at the Salvation Army Centre on Granby Row in Dublin city centre.

It is understood some chemicals were mixed and gave off some fumes. Nobody was injured in the incident.

Three fire engines and a decontamination unit have dealt with the spill.

Engineers from Dublin City Council were also called to the scene.

The spill has now been dealt with.

The road was closed off for a time.