Man in his 20's has died after a crash in Dublin this morning
The single vehicle collision happened on the N7 Naas Road near Junction 2 Kingswood at around 6.20am this morning
The driver of a 4x4 collided with a barrier, he was the sole occupant of the car.
He was taken to Tallaght Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The road was closed for a Garda examination but has since reopened.
Anyone who may have witnesses the accident is asked to contact Gardai.
100 people have died in road traffic collisions so far this year with 10 of those occurring in Cork.
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