Two people fight for their lives following yesterday’s horror crash


Two people are fighting for their lives this morning after a car struck several pedestrians in Dublin city centre yesterday evening.

Four others are believed to be seriously injured following the incident which took place at the junction of Adelaide Road and Earlsfort Terrace at around 6.15pm on Tuesday.

It is understood the driver of the car in among the injured, who were taken for treatment at Tallaght Hospital, St James's Hospital and St Vincent's Hospital.

Victim details have not yet been released.

Despite online speculation, authorities were quick to rule out any link to terrorism, saying it was not a hit-and-run incident.

It is not known what caused the vehicle to spin out of control, however it is due to undergo an extensive examination in order to determine whether any kind of mechanical failure was at fault.

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