No ‘life threatening’ injuries reported after crash in Limerick

The scene of the crash on the Ennis Road this Tuesday
TRAFFIC was brought to a halt at the busy Union Cross intersection in Limerick city after two cars collided this Tuesday.

TRAFFIC was brought to a halt at the busy Union Cross intersection in Limerick city after two cars collided this Tuesday.

It has been reported that there were no life threatening injuries following the accident, which happened at around 11am at the junction to Shelbourne Park from the Ennis Road.

Two cars collided and emergency services were quickly on the scene.

A woman and a child, who were occupants of the same car, were taken to the University Hospital, Dooradoyle where their injuries were described as ‘not life threatening’.

Members of Limerick Fire service and gardai were quickly on the scene. The firemen had to use cutting equipment to take the injured from their car to the awaiting ambulance. The occupant of the second car was not injured.