School bus in collision with car in west Cork

A school bus has been involved in a crash with a car in west Cork this morning.

Gardaí and emergency services are reportedly at the scene but there are said to be no serious injuries.

The incident happened at Ardogeena, south of Durrus in west Cork.

There are expected to be delays and motorists are advised to avoid the area.

"Gardaí are currently at the scene of a road traffic collision involving a school bus and a car that occurred on the R591 Durras to Goleen Road shortly before 9am," a garda spokesperson said.

"The bus was carrying a number of children at the time of the collision but no injuries have been reported at this stage," they added.

According to AA Roadwatch, gardaí are operating a stop/go system on the Durrus/Dunmanus Rd (R591) as they deal with the collision.

Traffic remains busy on the N22 eastbound into Macroom.

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