Woman Dies After Car And Tram Collide

A woman has died after a tram and car collided in Dublin city centre.

The victim, understood to be a pedestrian, was said to have been struck by the car after it collided with a Luas. The incident happened at the junction of Jervis Street and Abbey Street Upper at around 8.45am on Monday.

The woman, in her 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The road and a section of the Luas line, between Smithfield and Connolly, had been closed as part of the investigation. It is understood to have since reopened.


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