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Device made safe in Crumlin by army bomb disposal team

The improvised explosive device was made safe in Crumlin before 1am this morning.

Image: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

AN ARMY BOMB disposal team has made safe a viable explosive device in Crumlin.

The Defence Forces deployed a team to the Lismore Road in Crumlin following a request from Gardaí.

They made safe the viable Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and removed it to a military installation for further examination. No controlled explosion had to be carried out.

The team arrived on the scene at 11.45pm and it was declared safe at 12.50am.

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