Cork woman in UK crash loses unborn baby

It is understood that a pregnant Irish woman, whose two-year-old son died in a head-on collision in the UK yesterday, has also lost her unborn baby.

The woman and her husband, both believed to be from Cork, remain in a critical condition in Derriford Hospital.

A man in his 20s was also killed in the high-speed crash in the town of Torquay in Devon at around 2.25pm yesterday afternoon.

The names of the family have not yet been released.


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