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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 11 August, 2020

A Garda bike and an ambulance have crashed into each other in Dublin

The incident happened close to the Garda Headquarters in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, this afternoon during the 1916 celebrations.

IMG_20160327_141817990 Source: Eoin Fewer

A GARDA MOTORCYCLE and an ambulance were involved in a road accident this afternoon in Dublin while the 1916 commemorations were in full swing a short distance away.

The incident happened at about 2.15pm on the North Circular Road, close to Garda headquarters in the Phoenix Park.

The exact circumstances leading to the accident are not yet known.

“Both the motorcyclist and the ambulance driver, both males, were removed from the scene to the Mater Hospital with minor injuries,” a Garda spokesman told

The incident remains under investigation.

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