Gardaí appeal for witnesses to fatal car accident in Offaly

Gardaí appeal for witnesses to fatal car accident in Offaly

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision yesterday evening which claimed the lives of four young men.

27-year old Darren Doyle, his two brothers - 24-year old David and 17-year-old Ryan from Na Cluainte in Portarlington, Co Laois - died when the car they were travelling in collided with a minibus, just outside Tullamore.

Their friend and driver of the car, Lee Bryan aged 24 from the same housing estate in Portarlington, was also killed in the two vehicle crash.

Gardaí are for anyone who may have seen a maroon Honda Civic that the men were traveling in, prior to the collision.


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