Man dies in Dublin crash

A man has been killed in a road crash in Dublin.

The single-vehicle crash happened at the junction of the Old Lucan Road and Broolevale estate in Lucan just after 11am this morning.

Five men were travelling in the car at the time.

One of them, in his late teens, was fatally injured in the crash.

Four others were injured and were taken to James Connolly Memorial Hospital in Blanchardstown.

Their conditions are not known at this stage.

The Old Lucan Road has been closed for a technical examination and diversions are in place.

Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have seen a light blue Citroen C3 car in the area at the time to contact them.


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