Muliti-vehicle crashes cause chaos in Dublin

Gardaí in Dublin are dealing with two multi-vehicle crashes on the northside and the southside of the city.

The first is inbound on the N11/Cabinteely Bypass just before the Clonkeen Road Junction (Cornelscourt Shopping Centre).

Both the right inbound-lane and the right turning lane for Deansgrange are blocked, and traffic is slow on approach.

A second serious multi-vehicle crash on the M1 southbound is blocking the right lane before Junction 2 Dublin Airport.

It is causing delays from before Junction 4 Donabate.

Gardaí are advising motorists to avoid the route.


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