Man (40s) seriously injured after van hits ditch near Limerick/Clare border
An ambulance and three fire service units attended the scene
Gardaí have closed a road close to the Limerick-Clare border following a serious road crash this morning in which a man was seriously injured.
The single-vehicle collision occurred just before 10am, between the Old Cratloe Road and Carrig Hill near Meelick.
It’s understood the injured man, in his 40s, was driving a van which left the road and collided with a ditch.
Three units from Limerick City and County Fire Service were alerted to the scene at 9.58am and returned to their base in Limerick city at 12.15pm this afternoon.
A unit from the national ambulance service also attended the scene.
A spokesman at the Garda Press Office said it was not aware of the incident.
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