Two pedestrians killed on roads in Meath and Galway
Woman injured in Cobh hit-and-run
A 77-year-old pedestrian died after being hit by a car in Athboy, Co Meath, while a pedestrian was killed crossing the road at Tully Church, Baile na hAbhann, Connemara, shortly before 7pm on Sunday.
A 77-year-old male pedestrian was killed on Sunday evening in a crash on Main Street, Athboy, Co Meath. Gardaí in Kells are investigating the circumstances surrounding the fatal crash which occurred at about 6.15pm.
The elderly man was removed to Our Ladies Hospital, Navan, where he was pronounced dead.
Gardaí have appealed for witnesses to this incident to contact Kells Garda Station on 046-9280820, the Garda Confidential Line 1800-666111 or any Garda station.
A pedestrian was killed when crossing the road at Tully Church, Baile na hAbhann, Connemara, shortly before 7pm on Sunday. He was struck by a passing car.
The man (65), who lived in the immediate area, had been in the church minutes earlier and a number of locals went to his aid. Emergency medical attention was summoned, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The road, which is the main route through south Connemara, was closed to allow Garda forensic collision investigators carry out a full examination of the scene of the accident.
Gardaí at Salthill (091-514720) are appealing for witnesses.
Gardaí are also appealing for information after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle which failed to stop in Co Cork on Sunday morning. The 52-year-old woman was out walking at around 8.30am when she was struck by the vehicle on Ballynoe Hill in Cobh, close to the junction with Tay Road.
She was taken to Cork University Hospital where her condition is described as serious.
The road was closed to facilitate a forensic collision examination, but was reopened later.