Man Escapes Injury After Scooter Collides With Bus

A man on a scooter had a lucky escape last night when he collided with a bus in Dublin.

The incident happened on Thursday 14 February.

Pictures shared by Gardaí show the bike wedged under the double-decker.

Officers warned road users of all vehicle types to take care on the roads.

They said: "DMR South Central RPU: Rider of this scooter had a very lucky escape this evening when he was in collision with a bus. Please stay safe."


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