TWO people have been injured after they were struck by a car in a suspected hit-and-run at a Dublin train station.
The incident occurred outside Coolmine Railway Station, Blanchardstown in west Dublin at around 9.30am.
It's understood that the two injured pedestrians are men aged in their 50s and 20s respectively.
One of the men is believed to be in a critical condition in hospital.
PSA: no cars can drive through coolmine train station at the moment as it's blocked off by the gardaí. two pedestrians injured after a car drove onto the path and hit them then fled
— leo gabriella marku (@leonoramarku) May 1, 2018
According to witnesses, a Seat car with a 171-D registration mounted the footpath before fleeing the scene.
The vehicle was later found at a nearby pub.
A man in his 40s has been arrested for dangerous driving and is in Garda custody.
Coolmine Road has been closed in both directions and is not expected to re-open for a number of hours.