Young man dies in Mayo crash

A young man has died following a road crash near Foxford in Co Mayo this morning.

A number of other people were also injured in the collision, which happened on Station Road in the early hours of the morning.

The road is closed to traffic and diversions are in place while gardaí carry out a technical examination.

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