Taxi Driver Charged After Death Of Irishman

A taxi driver in connection with a fatal incident in Perth has been charged after an Irishman was killed.

Ryan Doyle, 25, from Leitrim, was found lying on a road in the suburb of Belmont in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Mr Doyle died from his injuries in hospital.

Police in Western Australia said Mr Doyle had been a passenger in a taxi and they believe he died after falling out of the vehicle.

It is understood he had been involved in a dispute with the taxi driver about a fare.

He is due to appear at Perth Magistrates Court in December.


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