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The scene of this evening's crash at the junction of Jervis Street and Abbey Street.
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Luas crash at junction of Jervis Street and Abbey Street

No injuries have been reported. The Luas red line is currently stopped in both directions.

DUBLIN FIRE BRIGADE are currently attending the scene of a Luas crash in Dublin’s city centre.

The crash, at the junction of Jervis Street and Abbey Street, involved a single car.

A spokesperson from Dublin Fire Brigade told that there were four fire engines in attendance, along with an emergency rescue vehicle and two ambulances.

It’s not believed that any serious injuries were sustained in the incident.

The Luas red line is currently stopped in both directions.

(Image: Michael Freeman/

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