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Ireland Tourist injured after being caught by common Dublin feature - and it's happened to other travellers too

16:35  21 september  2019
16:35  21 september  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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The woman tripped on a cobble - and she isn't the only tourist to fall victim © Facebook The woman tripped on a cobble - and she isn't the only tourist to fall victim

An American tourist in Dublin has sent a warning to fellow travellers after getting a nasty injury after tripping on cobblestones.

Irish people will have grown up used to it - but it appears the uneven surface can be tricky to navigate and those not familiar as others have told of similar things happening to them.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited The tourist sent out a warning to fellow travellers saying be careful - and posted a pic of an X-ray of her fractured shoulder and her heavily bruised elbow.

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Others told similar stories.

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One said: "I was in agony while there - I already can’t walk on flat surface so this was gonna be tricky for me."

a close up of some grass: The woman tripped on a cobble - and she isn't the only tourist to fall victim © Facebook The woman tripped on a cobble - and she isn't the only tourist to fall victim Another said: "I just fell yesterday walking. Fortunately no broken bones but some good scrapes. I am looking more carefully today. Hope you recover quickly."

Another woman told of how her aunt tripped near the Jameson brewery and needed 14 stitches.

She said: "My aunt tripped leaving the Jameson brewery and fell. She split her knee open and had to get 14 stitches the day before our 6 day tour. She was a trooper tho!"

The woman tripped on a cobble - and she isn't the only tourist to fall victim © Facebook The woman tripped on a cobble - and she isn't the only tourist to fall victim Despite this  - the majority of those who commented said they love the sight of the cobbles.

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