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08 Aug 2022

Two men hospitalised following Limerick collision

Two men hospitalised following Limerick collision

A photo of the collision

TWO MOTORISTS were rushed to hospital following a serious two-car road traffic collision in County Limerick on Wednesday afternoon.

Gardai issued an update to Limerick Live this Thursday morning on the condition of the two drivers.

"Two males were taken to University Hospital Limerick for injuries which are believed to be non-life threatening," said a garda spokesperson.

Gardai in Bruff and Cappamore are investigating the incident which occurred on a stretch of the R505 on the Limerick side of Cappamore village at approximately 15.10pm on Wednesday afternoon.

Emergency services - gardai, National Ambulance Service personnel and firefighters from Cappamore - quickly responded and arrived at the scene.

The road was closed for a number of hours.

One local told Limerick Live: "We all feared the worst but thankfully they have come out of it alive." 

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