Three-Car Collision In Limerick

A three-car collision has occurred near Clonmacken roundabout on the Candell Road in Limerick.

It is understood that the collision occurred this morning at approximately 8.15 am on what has been described as a "main artery" into Limerick city centre.

The road is closed and major delays have been reported.

There are no reports yet of any injuries but the situation is ongoing.

Emergency services are at the scene including three units of Limerick City Fire and Rescue Service.


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