Car bursts into flames after three-vehicle crash in west Dublin
Motorists warned to take additional care on wet roads
Published 14/06/2016 | 12:52
Fire fighters were called after a car involved in a three car crash in west Dublin burst into flames.
Three units from Dublin Fire Brigade - as well as a DFB ambulance - attended the scene in Clondalkin yesterday morning.
The incident occurred close to the Nangor Road shortly after 11am.
In a separate incident, emergency services were called after three cars were involved in a road collision in Lucan.
Two appliances and an ambulance from the DFB attended the scene at St Lomans Road shortly after 9am.
There were no serious injuries reported as a result of either incident.
Today showers,some heavy and prolonged,continuing throughout the day,more scattered in Munster in am.Max temps 14-18C in light winds.— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 14, 2016
However, a DFB spokesperson warned motorists to take extra care on wet roads.
Met Eireann have forecast heavy showery rain countrywide this afternoon.
Pictures from the RTC/Fire in Clondalkin and another RTC in Lucan. Minor injuries in both. Take care on wet roads. pic.twitter.com/9IUGpkcZH2— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) June 13, 2016