- published: 12 Apr 2017
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Mini compilation from Dublin, Ireland. 1. Ongar 2. N3 @ Blanchardstown 3. M50 @ Ballymount 4. Navan Rd 5. Arran Quay 6. M6 M4 7. Navan Rd 8. SCR 9. Leixlip 10. N3 @ Mulhuddart interchange 11. M50 @ Knocklyon 12. Ranelagh 13. Usher's Island 14. N3 @ Blanchardstown 15. M50 toll 16. N3 Mulhuddart interchange
Send your clips to: CrashTVin@gmail.com ***************** Special thanks to: causbrite - https://www.youtube.com/causbrite ***************** All car crashes in this video are non-fatal.Take this video as a learning tool. This video is only for educational purposes. Be careful on the road. Drive safely and keep yourself and others safe ***************** LINK TO THE ORIGINAL VIDEO (CREDIT) HERE: https://goo.gl/8V3uG4
Driving around Ireland. This is Vico road in Dalkey to Seapoint avenue in Dun Laoghaire, county Dublin, via Sorrento road,Castle street,Ulverton road,Breffni road,Sandycove road,Sandycove avenue west,Otranto place,Marine parade,Newtownsmith,Windsor terrace,Queen’s road,Crofton road,Old Dunleary road,Longford terrace and Clifton lane on the 12th of May 2017.
The following footage is of my good friend Justin Case skateboarding in 1998. Almost all of this was shot and edited by Steve Ireland (I do recall filming at least one of these clips). Justin was about 14 years old when this footage was shot. At the time he was briefly flowed boards from Foundation. He later switched to 16 Skateboards and filmed his first video part for the company in 2000 (I Hate Children). (Justin later received boards from Alien Workshop and skated amateur for City Stars alongside Paul Rodriguez, Devine Calloway, Ryan Denman and Van Wastell.) What can I say? Justin remains one of my favorite skateboarders to this day! -Ryan Leach
http://www.hipandgroinclinic.ie - A CAM deformity results from the development of a bony prominence (bump) on the anterior surface (front) of the femoral head (ball); with repetitive flexion of the hip i.e. striking a ball, jumping, squatting, etc..
Model of the RMS Empress of Ireland constructed out of LEGO sinking in my swimming pool. For my history buffs this is clearly NOT a recreation on how the ship actually sank, I am merely messing around in the pool. __GO PRO FOOTAGE__ ＢＯＷ ＣＡＭ： https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSlJUYx6jAs ＳＴＥＲＮ ＣＡＭ： https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmIk6p2SV9I ＢＲＩＤＧＥ ＣＡＭ： https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSbUhbN8Gug&t=8s ＡＦＴ ＣＡＭ： https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmw5SiY1P7U ３Ｄ ＬＤＤ ＭＯＤＥＬ: http://www.hagermanships.com/ ＭＡＩＮ ＣＨＡＮＮＥＬ: https://www.youtube.com/c/hagermanfilms ＣＯＮＳＴＲＵＣＴＩＯＮ ＴＩＭＥ-ＬＡＰＳＥ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKB4sYMW2oI ＭＡＩＮ ＳＩＮＫＩＮＧ ＶＩＤＥＯ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piREpwtUQHM This model is 6'2" long and weighs 23 pounds. Over 5,000 bricks were used to make this model. It is 246 LE...
Various clips showing different offences.
A pitchside view of the Ireland Under-20s' 27-22 win over their French counterparts in the U-20 Six Nations at Donnybrook. Three-Try First Half Inspires Ireland U-20s' Third Win - http://www.irishrugby.ie/rugby/fixturesandresults/39167.php
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