Those travelling through Clondalkin Village should expect delays after Dublin Fire Brigade have attended a serious road traffic collision.
Road users are being warned that diversions have been put in place.
Earlier this afternoon, Dublin Fire Brigade tweeted: “The village in Clondalkin is closed to road users as we attend a serious road traffic collision. Diversions are in place, with delays to be expected.”
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Gardai confirmed that the incident happened on Clondalkin Boot Road towards the Tower Road.
An Garda Siochana later tweeted: “The road has been cleared and traffic is moving.”
A spokesman added that no serious injuries were reported.
A road in Raheny was also closed due to a collision.
The gardai tweeted: “Due to a collision on the James Larkin Road, Raheny Co. Dublin the road is now closed. Delays expected.”
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