Connolly Station Reopens After Security Alert

Connolly Station has now reopened following a security alert in Dublin city centre.

A suspicious device was found by a member of the public resulting in the station being evacuated.

The alarm was raised after the device was found close to the station on Amiens Street just after 9am.

An army bomb disposal team was called to the scene.

Iarnród Éireann said the station had reopened with full services resuming subject to delays.

There are significant diversions to Dublin Bus routes.


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