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Pedestrian injured in collision with Dublin Bus

The collision took place at 12 noon at the junction of Christchurch Place and Nicholas Street.

A MAN IN his 40s has been injured in a collision with a Dublin Bus in the city centre today.

The collision occurred at around 12 noon at the junction of Christchurch Place and Nicholas Street.

A garda spokesperson told that the pedestrian in his early 40s was involved in a collision with a Dublin Bus.

Emergency services attended the scene and the man was taken to St James’ Hospital where his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

A spokesperson for Dublin Bus said that the driver of the number 40 bus was also taken to hospital. “We have now launched our own investigating and will be examining CCTV footage,” they said.

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