Teenager rushed to hospital after late night stabbing near Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin city
Gardai cordoned off the bridge on Sunday morning
An elderly man was rushed to hospital after a collision involving a motorcyclist on Wednesday night.
The man, 80s, is believed to be in a stable condition after the incident which happened on Crumlin Road around 11.40pm.
Emergency services rushed to the scene and closed with Dublin Fire Brigade saying the heavy rain had made road conditions difficult.
They said: "Heavy rain last night led to difficult conditions on the roads. Dolphins Barn station were called to a collision on the Crumlin Road #Dublin #fire #traffic #Ambulance120"
Driver (16) killed, four other teens injured in single vehicle collision
A 16-year-old boy has been killed and four other teenage boys have been taken to hospital after a single-vehicle collision in Carlow. Gardai are investigating the collision which occurred near 'The Nine Stones' Mount Leinster, Borris, Co Carlow at approximately 5am on Sunday morning. The 16-year-old boy was fatally injured when the car he was driving struck a wall. He was pronounced dead at the scene and his body has been taken to Waterford Hospital. The four other male occupants of the car, all in their late teens, were taken to St Luke’s Hospital and Waterford University Hospital. One of the teens is believed to be in a serious condition.
A garda spokesperson said: "Gardaí and emergency services attended a road traffic collision on the 5th March 2019 at approximately 11.40pm.
"The incident involving a pedestrian and a motorcyclist occurred on the Crumlin Rd, D12. A man in his 80s was taken to hospital and is believed to be in a stable condition."
The incident was only one of a number of collisions last night with Heroic members of the public tend to injured man shielding him from rain and directing traffic after collision on Grand Canal in Dublin
'I was too afraid to let myself love him in case he died' – mum shares story of son’s journey with kidney surgery.
A mother has paid tribute to nurses and doctors who "adored and cared" for her little boy when he was born a life-threatening kidney condition. Jessica Bergin from Ballyboughal, Dublin said that she was "too afraid" to love her little boy Roman in case he died.