Hit-And-Run Accused Released

A man (33) has been released after being arrested in connection with a fatal hit-and-run in Co Wicklow yesterday evening.

An elderly woman, (79) was killed when she was hit by a vehicle in Killeager, the Scalp, near Enniskerry.

A file has been sent by gardaí to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

This was only the latest in an ongoing litany of deaths on the roads which shows little sign of let up.


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