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One man dead after stolen taxi crashes at Dublin’s North Wall Quay

The North Wall Quay is closed in both directions this morning with forensic collision investigators on the scene.

The North Wall Quay in Dublin city centre
The North Wall Quay in Dublin city centre
Image: Screengrab via Google Street View

Updated 8.10pm

A MAN HAS died and two others have been injured after a car crash involving a stolen taxi at Dublin’s North Wall Quay in the early hours of this morning.

The men were travelling in the stolen taxi along the quays when the crash happened at around 2.40am this morning. No other vehicles were involved.

Gardaí have confirmed that a man in his early 20s was fatally injured in the crash with another man, also in his early 20s, brought to the Mater Hospital with serious injuries. The third man received minor injuries.

The North Wall Quay is currently closed in both directions with forensic collision investigators at the scene this morning.

Gardaí at Store Street are investigating. There have been no arrests at this stage.

First published 7.50am

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