Latest: Six people in hospital, one in serious condition, after pedestrians hit by car in Dublin

Update - 10.47pm: Gardaí are ruling out any suggestion of a terror link to a car crash in Dublin that has injured six people.

The injured are being treated at a number of hospitals in Dublin.

Gardaí have not revealed he genders or the condition of the six people involved.

Update - 6.50pm: Six people have been rushed to hospital after a serious crash in Dublin city centre.

The scene of the crash on Adelaide Road. Pic: rollingnews.

It is being reported that at least one of the victims is in a serious condition.

It happened at the junction of Harcourt Road and Adelaide Road at 6.16pm this evening.

Gardaí say it appears a number of pedestrians were struck by a car.

They also confirmed that it is not terror related, and it is not being treated as a hit and run.

Earlier: Five people have been rushed to hospital after a "major" crash in Dublin city centre.

Dublin Fire Brigade says four fire engines and five ambulances have been dispatched.

Traffic is being advised to avoid the Adelaide Road area.

It happened at the junction of Adelaide Road and Earlsfort Terrace just before 6pm.

Fire engines from Donnybrook, Tara Street and Dolphin's Barn are involved in the operation.

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