Elderly man killed in Longford collision

A man in his mid-70s has died after a two car crash in Co Longford.

The collision happened at Carrickboy at 4.30pm yesterday, killing the driver of one of the cars.

The 46-year-old driver of the other car suffered non-life threatening injuries.

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