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Dublin: 19 °C Thursday 13 August, 2020
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Somehow nobody was injured in this crash in Dublin

The two-car collision occurred on Hearse Road in Donabate, north County Dublin at around 10.30am yesterday morning.

GARDAÍ SAY THERE were no injuries in this nasty looking crash this morning.

The two-car collision occurred on Hearse Road in Donabate, north County Dublin at around 10.30am yesterday morning.

Somehow, despite one car ending up on its side and the other sustaining some damage to its windshield, both drivers were uninjured.

Ahead of the long weekend, drivers are being urged to slow down. The Road Safety Authority says that up to 80 more people may die before the end of this year on Irish roads if current trends continue.

“We need to take personal responsibility and not take unnecessary risks that put ourselves – or others – in danger,” the head of the Road Safety Authority Liz O’Donnell said.

Read: ‘We are devastated’: Tributes paid to musician killed in car crash in Galway

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