Five people have been hospitalised following crash in Cork.

Five people have been hospitalised after they were involved in a car crash in Co Cork this afternoon.
There were three cars involved in the collision which happened on the N28 near Carr's Hill. The incident happened at around 2.30pm today following a collision on the N28 where a separate crash happened the day before. Gardai have said that those five people involved are being treated for non-life threatening injuries. They have also said that the road where the incident happened has now reopened but they have warned people to expect some delays. In a tweet from Cork City Fire Brigade, they said: "Crews from headquarters and @corkcountyfire have dealt with an RTC on Carr’s Hill within the last hour. All casualties were treated at the scene b@NASCorkparamedics and transported to the hospital."The road has now reopened but expects delays."