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Four people injured after road crash causes vehicle to go on fire in Dublin

Four people have been injured after a two-vehicle crash in Dublin caused a vehicle to go on fire.

The incident occurred on the Longmile Road in Dublin 12 in the early hours of Saturday morning (October 30th).


Gardaí said after the crash took place, one vehicle went on fire.

The driver of the vehicle was rushed to St James’s Hospital in a serious condition.

Two passengers, as well as the second driver, were also taken to hospital to be treated for their injuries.


One lane of the road remains closed at this time, with two lanes open to traffic.

Garda investigations are ongoing.

IMAGE – Gardainfo/Twitter


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