Sunday 25 June 2017

Commuters warned of delays after a number of separate crashes this morning

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Independent.ie Newsdesk

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Commuters have been warned of a number of separate crashes causing delays this morning.

In Kildare, a collision on the M7  between Junction 9 and 10 caused delays of up to 40 minutes are being reported by commuters.

The crash has now been cleared by gardai but traffic is still heavy in the area.

In Co Cork a crash has been reported in the right lane of the N25 eastbound between the Dunkettle Interchange and the Little Island junction.

Elsewhere in Louth there is a crash blocking the left lane on the Belfast-Dublin road southbound, between the Dundalk and Castlebellingham junctions.

Meanwhile, in the capital there are delays eastbound along the Grand Canal from Clogher Road to Harold's Cross.

It’s also busy inbound on Gardiner St approaching Beresford Place, according to AA Roadwatch.

It is slow too on Phibsborough Road from Hart’s Corner to Doyle’s Corner.

In Firhouse a collision on Colmcille's Way inbound near the Ballycullen Road junction is causing delays in the area.

Traffic lights are also reportedly out of action on Military Road at the Killiney Hill Road junction.

A crash has also been reported on the N7 inbound on the Naas road just after the Red Cow interchange, drivers are asked to take care on approach and expect delays. It has been now been cleared.

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