DFB use pallet to help wheelchair user off bus following Clondalkin collision

By Maurice Garvey

EMERGENCY services created a make shift ramp from a pallet of wood to help a wheelchair user off a bus, following a road traffic accident in Clondalkin Village.

The incident occurred this afternoon in the village between a bus and a car.

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Shortly after 3.30pm, Dublin Fire Brigade tweeted that “firefighters/paramedics from Tallaght and Dolphins Barn are clear from the scene of a RTC between a bus and car in Clondalkin.

“Six people assessed on scene and one transported to hospital.

A make shift ramp was constructed to help a wheelchair using passenger disembark.”

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