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South Dublin road closed after eight-car-collision

The road has since been reopened and the crash cleared.

AN EIGHT CAR pile up caused serious traffic delays in Dublin this afternoon, with a road having to be closed as a result.

AA Roadwatch reported that the Katharine Tynan Road was closed between the Belgard Road and Sylvan Drive due to the multi-car collision, which occurred at about noon.

Emergency services attended the scene.

Three fire engines from Dublin Fire Brigade and advanced paramedics from Tallaght Ambulance were present.

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Motorists were advised to avoid the area entirely and to expect delays.

The road has since been reopened and the crash cleared.

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