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The scene at Herbert Park in Dublin this lunchtime.

Army bomb disposal team dealing with incident in Dublin's Herbert Park

It’s believed a historic device may have sparked the incident.

THE ARMY BOMB disposal team is dealing with an incident in Herbert Park in south Dublin.

The area has been sealed off with gardaí saying they were alerted to the incident at about 10.30am.

It’s understood the explosive experts are examining a potential historic device.

The Defence Forces said the operation is ongoing.

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