Man, 26, dies after collision between motorcycle and tractor in Co Meath

Man, 26, dies after collision between motorcycle and tractor in Co Meath

A 26-year-old man has died following a collision between a motorcycle and a tractor in Co Meath.

The motorbike driver was seriously injured following the incident which occurred at Balrath Cross in Kells at around 4.10pm yesterday afternoon.

He was transferred to James Connolly Memorial Hospital for treatment but died in the early hours of this morning.

The driver of the tractor, a 19-year-old man, was uninjured.

Garda forensic collision investigators were at the scene and carried out a forensic collision investigation. The road was closed but has since reopened.

Gardaí in Kells are appealing for any persons who may have travelled the road or who can assist with this investigation to contact them at Kells Garda Station 046 - 9280820, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

More on this topic

'Lucky to have him': 10-year-old Adam Lyons laid to rest after fatal car accident'Lucky to have him': 10-year-old Adam Lyons laid to rest after fatal car accident

Two dead after car and lorry collide in MeathTwo dead after car and lorry collide in Meath

Man, 70s, dies in Mayo crashMan, 70s, dies in Mayo crash

Crash that killed boy, 13, and critically injured another teen referred to GSOCCrash that killed boy, 13, and critically injured another teen referred to GSOC

More in this Section

Man, 60s, killed in Tipperary hit and runMan, 60s, killed in Tipperary hit and run

July 11 bonfires set to be lit at midnightJuly 11 bonfires set to be lit at midnight

Summer Provision to be extended to primary school students with special needs Summer Provision to be extended to primary school students with special needs

Two further Covid-19 related deaths, Department of Health confirmsTwo further Covid-19 related deaths, Department of Health confirms


Lifestyle

Testing beauty products in shops is verboten for the moment, a restriction that depletes the whole retail experience, in my view. The chief reason to go bricks-and-mortar shopping for beauty it to try before you buy.Make a splash with your skincare this summer with the best water-based makeup

More From The Irish Examiner