Boy rushed to hospital after being struck by car in Tipperary 2 months ago

Boy rushed to hospital after being struck by car in Tipperary

The incident happened in Tipperary on Saturday.

A child has been hospitalised following a road accident in Tipperary.

The incident occurred on Saturday, March 25th at around 6 pm.

Emergency services rushed to the scene after the child was hit by a vehicle.

The child was struck by a car in the Carrowclough area of Tipperary.

He was rushed to Temple Street Hospital in Dublin following the road accident, but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Tipperary Temple Street

Gardaí told The Journal:

"The child was conveyed to Temple Street Hospital in Co Dublin for treatment of non-life threatening injuries sustained as a result of this collision.


Gardaí also confirmed that the road has re-opened following the accident.

“The road involved in this incident is currently open for use.”

We're keeping the young boy in our thoughts as he recovers.

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