Concerns have been raised about the safety of seven apartment building in Dublin in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
According to the Irish Daily Mail, safety notices were issued by Dublin Fire Brigade to the seven properties earlier this year earmarking them as "potentially dangerous".
It's understood that some of the buildings were found to have breached several fire safety regulations, which can range from failure to install smoke alarms to more serious offences.
The newspaper also reports that five buildings are currently subject to legal enforcement action.
The death toll of the Grenfell Tower tragedy has now risen to 79, with the use of inferior flammable cladding being identified as a contributing factor to the devastating impact of the blaze.
H/T Dublin Live