Woman dies in Galway crash

Woman dies in Galway crash

A 21-year-old woman has been killed in a car crash in Co Galway, gardaí said.

The single-vehicle collision happened at Ardskeamore, near Corofin, in Co. Galway at around 6pm yesterday.

The young woman is thought to have lost control of the car she was driving and crashed into a wall on the minor road between the N63 and Corofin village.

She was pronounced dead at the scene and her body removed to University College Hospital Galway. There was no one else in the car at the time.

The road was closed to allow an examination by Garda forensic collision investigators.

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