Three pedestrians injured, one seriously, in alleged hit-and-run in Dublin

Update 12.55pm: Three pedestrians have been injured, one seriously, in an alleged hit-and-run in west Dublin.

It happened at 9.30am at Coolmine train station in Blanchardstown.

Two men aged 54 and 19 have been taken to Connolly Hospital where the younger man is in a serious condition.

A woman also sustained minor injuries.

Connolly Hospital.

A man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, causing serious injury.

He is being held at Blanchardstown Garda Station where he can be questioned for up to 24 hours.

The road is currently closed for technical examination and local diversions are in place.

Earlier: Two injured following suspected hit-and-run in Dublin

Two men have been injured, one seriously, in a suspected hit-and-run in west Dublin.

It happened at around 9.30am near Coolmine train station in Blanchardstown.

The victims aged 54 and 24 have been taken to Connolly Hospital where the younger man is in a serious condition.

Gardaí have arrested a man in relation to dangerous driving.

He is currently detained for questioning.

The road is currently closed for technical examination and local diversions are in place.

Garda Forensic Collision Investigators have been requested to examine the scene.

Rails services at Coolmine Station are not affected.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Blanchardstown Garda Station 01-6667000 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.

- Digital Desk


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