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Crash causing major N28 delays

Monday, 21st August, 2017 10:28am

A serious crash took place this morning involving two cars on the N28 Ringaskiddy Road at Carr's Hill.


 The road has been closed for a number of hours and there are major delays from Ringaskiddy, according to the latest reports from Gardaí.


A crash took place on the N28 underneath the flyover on Carr's Hill, heading towards the Bloomfield Interchange. Emergency services are at the scene, including two fire brigade units and two ambulances.

Traffic is being diverted at the Shannonpark roundabout northbound and the Bloomfield Interchange southbound. Gardaí are directing traffic.

A garda spokesperson said there were two people injured in the incident who have been taken to hospital but their conditions are unknown as yet.

Motorists from the Carrigaline/Ringaskiddy direction are facing extremely long delays along the Rochestown Road inbound heading in the direction of the N28, with a lengthy queue. The AA report that it's also busy exiting the N40 westbound at J9 Bloomfield.  

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