Photos: Luas delays after tram and lorry collide in Dublin city centre

Services are disrupted in the city centre after the incident which happened on Harcourt Street just after 8.15am.

Updated 09.48

LUAS SERVICES ARE disrupted in Dublin city centre this morning after a tram and a lorry collided on Harcourt Street.

The Luas operator said passengers should expect delays on the green line after the incident which happened just after 8.15am.

Photographs from the scene show fire brigade and ambulance vehicles on Harcourt Street.

It is the second minor incident involving Luas trams in two days; a car and tram collided at the junction of Abbey Street and Capel Street in Dublin city centre yesterday morning.

Earlier the service was disrupted due to the incident with services running only from BridesGlen to Beechwood.

In a statement posted by Luas, the operator apologised for any inconvenience caused.

The view from inside the tram

(Photo: Susan Lawlor)

How the collision looked from Harcourt Street

(Pics: Joe Clarke)

An overhead view of the emergency services at the scene

(Photos: Shoshannah Coughlan)

The view from inside the tram

(Photo: Jenny Greiner)

A close-up of where the tram and lorry collided

(Pic: Sue)

The view from behind the lorry

(Pic: Gary Whelan)

The bus queue at Dublin this morning after services were disrupted by the incident

(Pic: Shaun Tracey)

This article was originally posted at 09:02

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