Motorists urged to take caution on wet roads as crashed car winched from M50 slipway
Published 19/06/2016 | 11:35
An M50 slipway was closed for over an hour this morning following a crash that occurred shortly after 9am.
The slip road from the M50 northbound onto the M1 Dublin/Belfast Rd was temporarily sealed off as a result of the incident.
It was reopened to commuter traffic at around 10am after the scene was cleared.
Dublin Fire Brigade responded to the scene and winched the crashed car from the side of the road.
Today: mostly overcast, with persistent &locally heavy rain. The rain bec lighter &more patchy this eve. Hill &coastal fog also. Max 15-18C.— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 19, 2016
There were no serious injuries reported as a result of the incident.
A DFB spokesperson urged motorists to take extra care on the wet roads as the rainy weather continues.
Met Eireann have forecast persistent and heavy rain in parts of the country today, becoming lighter towards this evening.
The weather for the rest of the week is set to remain unsettled with some scattered sunny spells throughout.
M50 NB to M1 slip just reopened after RTC. Wet roads this morning folks, take care. No injuries, seat belts work. pic.twitter.com/NO7MoBiNGY— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) June 19, 2016
Temperatures will remain warm with highs of 19 degrees expected.