One person was hospitalised after a crash between a horse and carriage and a car overnight.
One person hospitalised after crash between horse and carriage and car in north Dublin
Two fire engines and an ambulance were called after the crash at 2:30am on the junction of Eccles Street and Dorset Street.
The man at the helm of the cart was brought to hospital although his injuries were not believed to be serious.
The horse bolted for about 100 metres after being startled by the crash but was uninjured.
The carriage however received heavy damage from the collision.
A Dublin Fire Brigade spokesperson said: "Crews from Phibsborough Fire Station attended an RTC involving a car and a horse & carriage.
"One person was taken to hospital. The horse was startled and bolted for 100 metres but was uninjured.
"Two fire engines and an ambulance from Phibsborough attened."
Gardai also attended the scene of the late night crash.
A garda spokesperson said: "Gardaí attended a road traffic collision between a vehicle and a horse drawn cart. The incident occurred on Dorset St at approximately 2am.
"The male driver of the cart was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Investigations are ongoing."