Car involved in fatal Cavan collision recovered from canal

Car involved in fatal Cavan collision recovered from canal
Garda forensic collision investigators at the scene at the Ballinamore canal, in Co Cavan. Picture: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The car involved in yesterday's fatal crash in Co Cavan has been recovered from the canal at Woodford River.

A car with three men entered the water at Ballyheady Bridge at around 6.30pm yesterday evening.

The body of one of the men, who was in his mid-20s, was recovered last night.

The two other men also in their 20s escaped uninjured.

The scene remains sealed off and investigations into the incident are continuing.

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