Man arrested and gun seized after incident in Limerick and Clare

Man arrested and gun seized after incident in Limerick and Clare

A man has been arrested and a gun was seized after an incident in Limerick and Clare last night.

Shortly before midnight, gardai stopped a car in Ballynanty, Co Limerick, after it was being driven at high speed in a housing estate.

After being chased by gardai, a gun was thrown from the car.

The driver of the car - a man in his 30s - was eventually stopped in Parteen, Co Clare, and he's in Garda custody.

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