'Kids' allegedly throw fireworks at Luas passengers

Commuters were naturally left anxious following the incident.

A number of Luas passengers were left distressed last night after they were pelted with fireworks while travelling along the Red Line - writes dublinlive.ie.

A passenger reported the incident yesterday evening to Gardai via Twitter at 9.00pm.

In the post, the concerned commuter said: "Kids firing fire works onto LUAS at passengers on Red Line along canal VERY DANGEROUS."

Meanwhile, Dublin Fire Brigade and the city council have urged the public to be aware of the dangers of fireworks and have encouraged people to report incidents of stock piling for bonfires.

To report the stockpiling of bonfire material, you can contact one of the following council channels.

  • Call Dublin City Council’s Litter Hotline on 1800 251 500 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)
  • Call Dublin City Council’s Customer Services Centre on 01 222 2222 (Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm) or 01 679 6186 (Evenings and Weekends)
  • Log onto our website http://www.du

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