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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Road closed as rubbish truck overturns in Liffey Valley

Traffic restrictions have been introduced after a HGV containing rubbish overturned in Liffey Valley, Co Dublin, spreading rubbish across the road near Hermitage Medical Clinic under the N4.

The incident occurred at approximately 11:22am this morning at junction 2 on the N4 inbound when the truck collided with a car and overturned as a result.

Officials are currently clearing the scene but it is uncertain how long it will take to remove the truck and all the rubbish.

No injuries were reported and patients were assessed at the scene to which three fire engines and an ambulance attended according to a spokesperson from Dublin City Council.


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