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Heavy traffic Significant delays on N7 as emergency services rush to multi-vehicle collision

AA Roadwatch has reported that the collision occurred on the N7 eastbound in Kildare between Junction 7 Kill and Junction 6 Castlewarden

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There is very heavy traffic heading eastbound on the N7 from Naas due to a multi-vehicle collision near Kill.

There is very heavy traffic heading eastbound on the N7 from Naas due to a multi-vehicle collision near Kill.

There is very heavy traffic heading eastbound on the N7 from Naas due to a multi-vehicle collision near Kill.

There are expected to be significant delays for commuters travelling on the N7 this morning as emergency services rush to the scene of a multi-vehicle collision.

AA Roadwatch has reported that the collision occurred on the N7 eastbound in Kildare between Junction 7 Kill and Junction 6 Castlewarden.

The collision has blocked the middle and right lane of the N7 which has caused a tailback as far back as Naas.

It is unclear as of now if any injuries have been sustained as a result of the collision.

Traffic is very heavy on approach from J9 Naas North on the M7 and up to the site of the collision between Kill and Castwarden, AA Roadwatch have said.

Gardaí confirmed they were currently at the scene of the two-vehicle collision that occurred shortly before 7am.

“We have not received any reports of serious injuries at this time,” a Garda spokesperson said.

The crash has now been cleared but very heavy traffic still remains on the N7 eastbound.

The Dublin Fire Service have confirmed they are currently at the scene of a separate collision on the M50, near Junction 6 Blanchardstown North.

There are delays on approach to this junction with resultant delays in the southbound carraigeway.

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