17/01/2014

Gardaí Officers Treated In Hospital After Crash

Two gardaí officers have received hospital treatment after their patrol car was involved in a collision.

The patrol car collided with a car at around 11:00 on Thursday in Kilmallock in Co Limerick, according to a report by the Irish Independent.

The officers were taken by ambulance to University Hospital Limerick, but their injuries are understood to have not been serious.

(MH/CD)

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