Two fight for lives after Dublin crash; four others injured

Pauline Gross
August 23, 2017

It happened at the junction of Adelaide Road and Earlsfort Terrace at a quarter past six.

Gardaí are also dealing with a minor traffic incident on Northumberland Road which they say is not related.

SIX people have been taken to hospital after a auto struck a number of pedestrians in the Irish capital, gardaí have confirmed.

In the aftermath of the incident, a silver Saab vehicle was left on its side, with several smashed windows and visible damage to the front.

Gardaí say it appears a number of pedestrians were struck by a vehicle.

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AA Roadwatch said that Adelaide Road was closed as emergency services "deal with a serious crash".

Five ambulances and four fire engines are now at the scene.

Gardai have confirmed that no arrests have been made and investigations are continuing.

A number of ambulances attended the scene, as well as units from Dublin Fire Brigade.

A senior fire officer is directing operations at the scene.

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