A farm vehicle was involved in an early morning collision with a bus this morning in Co. Dublin, with three people injured in the incident.

According to a spokesperson from Dublin Fire Brigade, the fire services were called to the scene of a two-vehicle collision at Rathcoole, Co. Dublin, at 7:33am this morning.

A fire engine, three ambulances and an emergency unit attended the scene; three people were treated at the scene for injuries believed to be non life-threatening.

The three injured people – two adults and a teenager – are believed to have been treated for lacerations on-site before being transported to hospital, according to the fire brigade representative.

It is unknown what sort of farm vehicle was involved in the incident.

As described in a tweet posted by Dublin Fire Brigade, the incident took place on the Johnstown Road, close to a local school. The road is believed to be blocked at the time of writing.

This is just one of a series of incidents on roads around the country, with emergency services also called out to a number of other accidents this morning, including two recent incidents in Dublin, as noted by AA Roadwatch.

The collisions occur as a status yellow low temperature weather warning remains in place until 10:00am this morning.