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Limerick to Ennis train line reopens after injured cow is removed

Bus transfers between the two stations were in operation for a period this afternoon.

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THE TRAIN LINE between Limerick and Ennis in Co Clare has reopened after an earlier incident involving a cow.

Bus transfers between the two stations were in operation for a period this afternoon due to the presence of an injured cow on the line.

Irish Rail has confirmed that the railway line has since reopened. It’s not yet clear how the cow sustained her injuries.

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