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IrelandYoung male hospitalised after he was hit by car while 'fleeing altercation' involving number of youths in North Dublin

12:40  23 may  2019
12:40  23 may  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Young male hospitalised after he was hit by car while 'fleeing altercation' involving number of youths in North Dublin © Collins Gardai are investigating

One young male has been hospitalised after "fleeing an altercation" involving a number of youths in North Dublin on Wednesday evening.

The man was injured when he ran into a vehicle on the road in Coolock as he tried to get away from a group in the area.

The incident took place at 7pm on the Oscar Traynor Road and the youth was taken to hospital shortly after the collision but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Gardaí said they are investigating the road traffic collision and added that no arrests have been made.

One eye-witness told Dublin Live that she came on the scene after the incident took place and saw that a car had its windscreen smashed.

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