Five people have been hospitalized after a car collided with pedestrians in Dublin tonight.
The collision occurred at 6:40pm on Main Street in Malahide when a car with a 80’s man and woman inside collided with two women and a child who were walking at the time.
The two women, aged between 20 and 30, and a child were taken to Beaumont Hospital for treatment.
The occupants of the car were also taken to hospital – all injuries are believed to be non-life threatening.
A Garda spokesman said: “Gardaí attended a single car RTC that took place in Malahide this evening 28/01/22 at around 18:40. A car is understood to have collided with pedestrians on Main Street Malahide.
“A man and woman in their 80s (occupants of the car) and two women, one in their 20s and the other in their 30s, were taken to Beaumont Hospital with a youth for treatment of their injuries, which is known are not life threatening.
“The road was closed for a short time, but has since been reopened.”