Gardaí appeal for witnesses following Co. Meath road crash

Gardaí in Meath are appealing for witnesses after a man in his mid-60s died in a road crash in the county yesterday.

The collision between a car and a motorbike happened at about 6pm yesterday evening at Fennor, Oldcastle.

The driver of the motorbike was fatally injured and was removed to Cavan General Hospital.

Gardaí at Kells in Co. Meath are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the crash to contact them.


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