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scaniaps wrote:Have the protagonists come up with an answer to the question as to which party was responsible for this incident. Maybe it will need a public enquiry!
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Sep 10 12 5:46 PM
irishtimes.com - Last Updated: Monday, September 10, 2012, 15:28
Services on the Luas red line tram in Dublin have resumed after being disrupted following a collision near Collins Barracks this morning.
A tram and a skip truck were involved in the collision on Benburb Street.
The Luas driver and the lorry driver, both males, were taken to the Mater hospital.
The driver of truck was also thrown from his cab onto the road during the incident.
Six people, including both drivers, were taken to the Mater hospital where they were treated for minor injuries.
Five of the injured were later discharged but the truck driver is being kept in overnight for observation.
A spokeswoman for Veolia Transport, the company which operates the Luas, said it would be carrying out an investigation into the incident and had contacted the Railway Safety Commission and Rail Accident Investigative unit.
She also apologised to customers for the inconvenience caused.
Luas red line services had been restored except for the Museum and Smithfield stops as of this evening.
Passengers intending on travelling beyond these stops will need to walk to either the Four Courts or Heuston station for onward travel.
However, Veolia Transport assured customers that full red line services would resume imminently.
The green line tram service is operating normally.
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