DUBLIN (FNI) - On Monday, June 25, in Ireland, a car drove into pedestrians near the church, resulting in seven people injured. At the same time, two victims are in a critical situation.
The accident happened in the Irish capital of Dublin on the territory of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Klondalkin, which is in the west of the city. There was just supposed to be a funeral, which had to be postponed for several hours, was transferred to The Irish Times.
The local police noted that before the car drove into people, the driver of the vehicle became ill.
The fire brigade of Dublin asked residents of the city to avoid the place of the accident, while there are rescue operations.
Dublin Traffic - Gardaí & emergency services are currently dealing with a traffic collision in the grounds of a church at New Road, Clondalkin. It's understood the driver of a car fell ill and struck a number of pedestrians. Further updates will follow.— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) June 25, 2018