Ireland Dashcam footage shows horror crash as car flips upside down on Dorset Street in Dublin
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Gardaí are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident to come forward.The incident happened at the merging of the off ramp and the M50 at Junction 5 Southbound at around 7.45am.
This shocking dash cam footage shows the moment a car veers into a tree and flips upside down in horror crash in Dublin last friday.
The video shows contents being flung out of the back window of the Hyundai under the severe impact of the collision, while the car's front axle rips from beneath the vehicle.
The crash took place on Dorset Street around 1am.
An occupant of the vehicle is seen crawling from the vehicle moments after the car came to a halt.
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A startled eyewitness said: "We went up to the car and saw it was flipped over.
"I was relieved that the driver was already out of the car.
"The ambulance and gardaí were already at the scene when we arrived.
"Emergency personnel helped the man into the car.
"He was bleeding at the top of his head but was able to walk into the ambulance with the help of staff.
"It was a lot more than a scratch to the head, I thought he was bleeding heavily and had a cloth around his head to stem the blood flow on the wound.
"A big team of firemen and gardaí took over the scene after the man was taken away by the ambulance.
"Everybody hoped that he isn't seriously hurt."
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Another eyewitness admitted that he had been driving close to the car that flipped and was lucky not to have been caught up in it himself.
A garda spokesman said on Friday: "Gardaí attended the scene of a road traffic incident on Dorset St, on the 22 November 2019 at approximately 1am this morning.
"There were no serious injuries.
"Investigations are ongoing."
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