Man in 80s dead and two others injured in Cork crash

Man in 80s dead and two others injured in Cork crash
Emergency services at the scene. Photo: Dan Linehan

A man has died and two others were injured in a crash in east Cork.

Gardaí are investigating the fatal crash on the N25 Midleton to Castlemartyr Road at Two Mile Inn at 10.45am this morning.

A crash involving two cars and a truck has resulted in the death of a man in his 80s who was the sole occupant of a car.

A man and a woman who were the occupants of the second car were brought to Cork University Hospital with non life threatening injuries.

The truck driver was not injured.

The man was pronounced death at the scene and diversions are in place to facilitate a Garda Forensic Collision Investigation.

Garda are appealing for witnesses to contact Midleton Garda Station on 021-4621550, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800-666-111 or any Garda Station.

- Digital Desk


More in this Section

Sharp increase in number of illegal drugs detected in parcelsSharp increase in number of illegal drugs detected in parcels

Fine Gael Wexford by-election candidate says some asylum seekers may have been 'infiltrated by ISIS'Fine Gael Wexford by-election candidate says some asylum seekers may have been 'infiltrated by ISIS'

Winners announced for the 64th Cork Film FestivalWinners announced for the 64th Cork Film Festival

Lifeboat crew tried to save colleague after car went into seaLifeboat crew tried to save colleague after car went into sea


Lifestyle

About 70% of our planet is covered in water, in one form or another and it is vital to our survival.Appliance of science: Where does water come from?

Touched by the last rays of the sun, the grey mud of the estuary is dimpled with silver pools. Above them, rooks fly in their thousands, rooks uncountable, on different levels of the air.Interplay of rooks above Cillmanister a lovely mystery

A NEW survey confirms the presence of at least six rare spiders in Killarney National Park.Six rare spiders found in Killarney National Park

IT WAS written about an old ruin in Co Wexford but it may as well have been written for any other place.Islands of Ireland: Cows come home to Inishbarra

More From The Irish Examiner