Gardaí appeal for witnesses as young woman dies two weeks after crash

Gardaí appeal for witnesses as young woman dies two weeks after crash

Gardaí are in Co Longford are appealing for witnesses after a woman died of injuries sustained in a crash last month.

The two-car collision happened at Minard at around a quarter to five on Monday the 12th of September.

The 31 year old woman who was driving of one of the cars, received serious injuries when her car collided with a truck.

The woman last night died as a result of injuries sustained in the collision.

Two children who were in the car suffered minor injuries. The truck driver was not injured.

Anyone with information is asked to contact gardaí at Longford garda station on 043 50570 The Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666111 or any garda station.


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