Updated: 10/08/12 : 08:15:02Printable Version
Six hospitalised after Cloverhill Road crash
Six people have been taken to hospital after a two car collision in Dublin early this morning.
It happened on Cloverhill Road near the prison just after 5am.
A number of those hurt are in a serious condition.
A man in his 30s was driving one of the cars, while a woman and four men aged in their 20s and 30s - were in the other car.
Three were taken to St James Hospital and three to Tallaght Hospital.
The road between the junction of Cloverhill and the Cherry Orchard roundabout and Cloverhill and the Coldcut Road is closed for a forensic examination.
Gardaí wait to question man over Finglas assault
Gardaí are still waiting to question a man in his 20s over an assault in Finglas on Tuesday.
He's being treated at Connolly Hospital in Blanchardstown for injuries he is believed to have sustained during the incident.
He was detained after Gardaí were called to a house on Rathvilly Drive in Finglas on Tuesday night.
Four other people were treated in hospital for minor injuries.
Hiker feared missing found safe and well
A man who had been hiking since Sunday in the Dublin / Wicklow region, has been found safe and well.
Friends became concerned after he failed to return at an appointed time of 2pm on Wednesday and contacted rescue services.
Both the Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team and Dublin Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team formed a search plan, but before a full scale search began the man was located safe and well by Gardaí.
The man was hiking from Black Hill to Glenmalure.
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