Deer spotted on road between M11 and M50 as drivers urged to take care
A deer has reportedly been spotted on the road between the M11 and the M50 as drivers in the area have been urged to take care.
On Thursday morning (18 August), the TII Motorway Traffic Control Centre issued an alert on Twitter stating that there were animals on the road on the M50 at Junction 17 in Shankill.
In a follow-up post, it urged drivers to take caution and "drive with care".
Animals on Road.
➡️ M50 J17 - North.
💻Check https://t.co/7YdB52UGLt to plan your journey accordingly.✅
Drive with care!😉#TII #DriveSafe #Slowdown #SafeRoads #TIITraffic #Journey #TravelTimes #GardaTraffic #TIIReports #rsaireland #M50Dublin #M50Safety pic.twitter.com/4s1qKYWLZP
— TII Traffic (@TIITraffic) August 18, 2022
Meanwhile, Dublin City FM’s live traffic update show LiveDrive said it had received several reports of a deer by the M11 northbound between Junction 5 in Bray and the M50.
— LiveDrive (@LiveDrive) August 18, 2022