Five hospitalised following crash in Cork

Five hospitalised following crash in Cork
Photo: Cork City Fire Brigade

Five people have been hospitalised following a crash in Co Cork this afternoon.

Three cars were involved in the collision on the N28 near Carr's Hill.

The alarm was raised at around 2.30pm following a collision on the N28 where there was also a crash yesterday afternoon.

Gardaí say those involved are being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

The road has now reopened to traffic but delays are expected.

More on this topic

All aboard for a fun-filled family trip to France on the ferryAll aboard for a fun-filled family trip to France on the ferry

Profit fall dents Kenmare Resources dividend cheerProfit fall dents Kenmare Resources dividend cheer

Profits soar at Eddie Hobbs firm as directors take hefty pay cutProfits soar at Eddie Hobbs firm as directors take hefty pay cut

The Skin Nerd: Why face masks aren’t as important as you’d thinkThe Skin Nerd: Why face masks aren’t as important as you’d think

More in this Section

Irish don’t understand HPV, says researchIrish don’t understand HPV, says research

Impasse persists at beef sector talksImpasse persists at beef sector talks

UCC scientists discover new way to reconstruct what extinct animals looked likeUCC scientists discover new way to reconstruct what extinct animals looked like

Thousands celebrate Tipperary All-Ireland Success in ThurlesThousands celebrate Tipperary All-Ireland Success in Thurles


Lifestyle

Timothy Grady is in Bantry this week to host a concert, and read from his classic book about the Irish in London, writes Don O'Mahony.Giving voice to the emigrant experience

A care home builds links with kids, writes Helen O’Callaghan.Inside out: Children learn what it's like to live with dementia.

When you think of someone who is “into skincare”, you probably imagine someone in a face mask.The Skin Nerd: Why face masks aren’t as important as you’d think

With the evenings closing in and a welcome chill in the air, it’s time to embrace the new season now.Make the Transition: Turn over a new leaf this fall

More From The Irish Examiner