Traffic Problems Ease Following Truck Incident

Traffic is reportedly returning to normal in Dublin after an overturned truck caused traffic chaos earlier.

The truck overturned around 5:50am on Monday morning on the East Wall Road near the Point Depot.

The truck and trailer have now been removed and a fuel spill was also treated.

However, the incident caused severe traffic disruption on the East Wall Road, the M1 from the Skerries exit, North Wall Quay and the Port Tunnel.

No-one was injured in the incident.


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