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Concerns Raised Over Luas Safety Record

It follows the deaths of two pedestrians who were hit by trams in Dublin in the last six weeks.

Transdev, the company that runs the Luas which runs to Brides Glen in South Dublin is being called on to run a fresh public safety campaign.

Eight people were taken to hospital this morning, following a collision between a bus and a tram in Dublin city centre. 

A Luas was derailed in the incident, which occurred at the junction of Queen Street and Benburb Street. 

Labour's Transport spokesperson Kevin Humphreys feels people need to be more aware of the dangers

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