Cork man dies in Australia car crash

Cork man dies in Australia car crash

A 26-year-old Irishman has died in a car crash in Australia.

The man from Little Island in east Cork was killed on Wednesday when his car went out of control and crashed.

There was no other vehicle involved.

It is understood the man was on his way to work on Wednesday morning when the crash happened.

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