On The Red Line


Dublin Fire Brigade tweetz:

Firefighter/Paramedics have responded to a collision involving a LUAS tram and a car on Jervis Street. There are no serious injuries. Crews from Phibsborough and HQ attended.


Stop that.


Ah now.

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25 thoughts on “On The Red Line

  1. millie st murderlark

    Is this a new ‘thing’ like the unbelievable stupidity of the Bird Box challenge?

    Is that what this is? Is there a hashtag to match?


  2. Starina

    Car obviously tried to turn left there without looking first. Luas would have only just been departing the Jervis stop and wouldn’t be up to a very high speed. Stupid car driver.

  3. Gabby

    Too many car-tram collisions in recent times. What’s the basic problem? Any comparative statistics for continental tram cities?

    1. ZeligIsJaded

      Much as with Car – Lamppost collisions, the basic problem seems to be drivers.

      It will take some more analysis but initial results suggest that as a group, drivers are morons!

  4. Nigel

    Jervis, I’m in Jervis,
    And my brakes pump so that I can hardly beep;
    And I seem to find the Luas tram I seek
    When we’re out together crashing, cheek to cheek.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Didn’t they move that pub from one corner to another? I can’t remember its name.

  5. Paulus

    Has the crash on the tram line at Jervis
    put the Luas Red-Line out of service?
    Must commuters now wait
    because of some reprobate.
    And what’s the rest of us done to deserve this?

    1. missred

      Bualadh bos, Paulus!

      It was the same last Friday, as ye remember, when a car blocked the red line at George’s Dock and no trams were going by that area for about eight hours afterwards.

  6. Liam Knuj

    Glad nobody is hurt. I don’t want to point fingers but I note that neither vehicle had a helmet or high vis jacket…

  7. Holden MaGroin

    The Luas looks like it’s alive and called Lenny. And he is rather dazed after the crash,

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