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Two pedestrians seriously injured after two separate collisions in Dublin

TWO pedestrians are being treated for serious injuries following two separate road crashes in Dublin.

In the first crash, a man, 31, was taken to hospital after being hit by a car on Blessington Road in Tall last night.

A pedestrian seriously injured in a collision in Drimnagh is being treated at Beaumont . hospital

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A pedestrian seriously injured in a collision in Drimnagh is being treated at Beaumont . hospital

Gardai and Dublin Fire Brigade were on the scene shortly after 11pm and the man was taken to nearby Tallaght hospital.

His injuries were described as non-life threatening while the driver of the vehicle was uninjured.

In a second separate collision around 1:30 a.m. this morning, a man, 40, was hit by a car on Drimnagh Road.

He hastened to Beaumont Hospital with serious injuries and remains in serious condition.

The driver of the car was not injured.

The road remains closed this morning due to technical checks taking place with local traffic separation.

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Gardai is currently appealing in both cases for the witness or the driver with the dash cam footage to come first and contact them.

Meanwhile, the police are continuing to appeal about an accident in Co Offaly that caused leaving an elderly man dead.

The man, 80, died after a collision between two cars aboard the N52 at Arden near Tullamore around 1:30 p.m. Friday.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/8249609/two-pedestrians-injuries-collisions-dublin-tallaght-drimnagh-road/ Two pedestrians seriously injured after two separate collisions in Dublin

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