Evening top 5: Crash in Dublin city; "outrageous" student accommodation; and Donald Trump-shaped ecstasy

The top stories this Tuesday night

Several people hospitalised after crash in Dublin city

Six people have been taken to hospital after a crash in Dublin city centre.

Gardaí say it appears a number of pedestrians were struck by a car.

It happened at the junction of Adelaide Road and Earlsfort Terrace just after 6.00pm.

Students searching for accommodation facing "outrageous" rents

There is a warning that some students may miss out on a college place due to the rental crisis.

The latest Daft report released today shows rents continuing to soar across the country.

UCD Students Union (UCDSU) has been using Snapchat to expose some of the properties being made available for rent – including a three bedroom house in Drumcondra that was being advertised as suitable for 15 people.

German police seize Donald Trump-shaped ecstasy tablets

Two men have been arrested in Germany, after police found ecstasy tablets in the shape of Donald Trump.

Police in Osnabrück made the discovery on Saturday at around 9.00pm local time when they stopped a car on the A30.

A father and son, aged 51 and 17, were returning from The Netherlands after apparently trying to buy a car.

WATCH: "We're gutted for him" - Derek McGrath on losing Conor Gleeson for the final

Austin Gleeson may be free to play in the All Ireland hurling final but Waterford will have to do without Conor Gleeson against Galway next Sunday.

The player was unable overturn a one-match ban for a red card incurred in the semi final win over Cork.

Speaking to Off The Ball's Oisin Langan, Waterford manager Derek McGrath expressed his disappointment for the player but added that there will be no more steps taken to overturn the decision.

Canada's largest lender to expand in Dublin following Brexit

One of Canada's largest financial services companies has chosen Dublin as its post-Brexit hub, announcing plans to establish a bond trading business in the capital.

TD Securities has over 25 million customers globally and employs more than 3,800 people in 13 offices around the world.

The company provides a range of capital market products and services to corporate, government and institutional clients.