Woman in 40s and man in 80s killed in Tipperary crash

Woman in 40s and man in 80s killed in Tipperary crash

A man and a woman have been killed in a two car crash in Co Tipperary.

It happened on the main Limerick to Waterford Road near Limerick Junction at 7.20am.

The drivers of both cars - a man in his 80s and a woman in her 40s - were pronouced dead at the scene.

Their bodies have now been removed to South Tipperary Hospital in Clonmel.

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