Woman dies after Cabra crash; driver released as file prepared for DPP

Woman dies after Cabra crash; driver released as file prepared for DPP

Update 11.20am: An elderly woman who was injured in a collision earlier today, has died.

The female pedestrian and a car collided on the Navan road in Cabra at 8.15am this morning.

The 39-year-old male driver has been released from Finglas garda station. A file is being prepared for the DPP.

The road remains closed and it is expected to reopen around 1.30pm later today. Motorist are also to be advised that there are road works on Blackhorse Avenue and this should not be used as an alternative route.

Earlier:

A woman is in a serious condition in hospital following a road accident in Dublin.

The female pedestrian and a car collided on the Navan road in Cabra at 8.15am this morning.

The woman has been taken to the Mater hospital where her injuries are described as serious.

The male driver of the car was arrested and brought to Finglas garda station.

The road is closed in both directions and diversions are in place.

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to contact them at Cabra garda station on 01 6667400, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any garda station.


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