The Tummery Road, Irvinestown has now been reopened after firefighters dealt with a fire at a large shed which included gas cylinders early this morning.

Five fire service appliances attended the incident which was reported at 4.19am on Thursday, September 12. 

A spokesperson for the NIFRS said: "NIFRS received a call to attend a fire at a large shed on the Tummery Road in Irvinestown. The shed was used to store a number of gas cylinders and had collapsed. Firefighters used hose reel jets to extinguish the fire and cool the cylinders down to a safe temperature. BOC (the gas provider) have been informed that the cylinders are now safe to be removed. The incident was dealt with by 9.39am. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation."