Another Death Blights Roads

Gardaí at Finglas were yesterday investigating one of the latest fatal road traffic collisions to hit the country's roads.

This time it involved two cars and occurred at a junction between the Texaco Garage, Coolquay and the White House Public House on the N2, North Road Finglas.

It happened at 12.40pm on Monday.

A female in her 30s was fatally injured as a result of the collision and she was pronounced dead at the scene.

A male was also brought to James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Blanchardstown but his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

A child was also brought to Temple Street suffering from shock.

The incident comes after five people lost their lives on the roads over the past weekend.


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