Man Remains Critical Following Luas Crash

A man remains in a critical condition after being struck by a Luas tram in Tallaght on Wednesday night.

The collision occurred on the Red Line between the Kingswood and Red Cow stops, shortly before 8pm.

The man suffered serious head injuries and was taken to Tallaght Hospital, before being transferred to Beaumont Hospital.

Both Luas operators Veolia Transport and gardaí have launched investigations into the incident.


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