Woman, 30s, dies after being hit by van in Dublin

Woman, 30s, dies after being hit by van in Dublin
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A woman in her 30s who was hit by a van in Dublin this evening has died, gardaí have confirmed.

The incident happened around 7pm this evening on the James Larkin Rd in the Raheny area in Dublin.

Her body has been removed from the scene and taken to the mortuary at Connolly Hospital where a post-mortem will take place.

The driver of the van was uninjured and no other persons are believed to have been injured in the incident, a garda spokesperson said.

The scene at the crash site is currently preserved for examination by Garda Forensic Collision Investigators and the cycle pathway on this road remains closed.

Earlier: Woman seriously injured after being hit by van in Dublin

A woman in her 30s has been seriously injured after being hit by a van in Dublin this evening.

It happened at around 7pm this evening on the James Larkin Rd in the Raheny area in Dublin.

The cycle pathway on this road remains closed and the scene at the crash site is preserved for examination by Garda Forensic Collision Investigators.

Gardaí and emergency services are currently at the scene

The driver of the van was uninjured.

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses and road users with camera footage, who were travelling on this road between 6.45pm and 7.30pm to contact Raheny Garda Station or any garda station.

This story was updated at 10.42pm

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