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Ireland Multiple collisions and low hanging wires cause early morning traffic chaos across north Dublin

15:25  25 september  2019
15:25  25 september  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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There were multiple incidents across north Dublin this morning that caused traffic chaos.

Just before 7am this morning, a collision on the Oscar Traynor Road in Coolock led to heavy delays that quickly went as far back as the Port Tunnel and M1/M50.

The road was closed for a number of hours as emergency services worked to clear the road and get traffic moving again.

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There was a serious knock-on effect across Dublin with heavy traffic queues on the busiest northside routes continuing until just before 11am.

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Soon after the collision, the Swords Road also closed in Santry due to low hanging wires with delays surrounding the Omni shopping centre.

As a result of the road closures, public transport was also affected with Dublin Bus and Go Ahead reporting a number of delays on local routes.

Services impacted included routes 16, 27B, 33, 41 and 41C.

Just before 9.30pm this morning there was then a collision on the Malahide Road near May Park with delays building as far back as the Artane roundabout.

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