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Woman appears in court charged in relation to a fatal car crash

Wednesday, 7th May, 2014 10:42am

Story by Damian McCarney
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Woman appears in court charged in relation to a fatal car crash
Woman appears in court charged in relation to a fatal car crash

A 25 year old female is expected to appear before Carrickmacross District Court this morning  charged in relation to a fatal traffic collision on Monday, May 5.

The two car fatal road traffic collision occurred at Annamarron Co Monaghan on the N2 (Main Dublin/Derry Road) at approximately 6.30pm.

A three year old male infant passenger was fatally injured when the car he was travelling in was in collision with another car. The 36 year old female driver of this car was critically injured and removed by Air Ambulance to Tallaght hospital. Two females (driver and passenger in the other car) were taken to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.

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