The late Angeline Corcoran.

Navan woman dies in Bellinter collision

Incident occurred on grounds of hotel

Funeral details have been announced for Navan woman Angeline Corcoran, who died in an incident involving her car on the grounds of Bellinter House Hotel yesterday (Monday).

Ms Corcoran, of Commons Road, Navan, died when her car collided with a tree in a small wooded area beside the car park on the hotel grounds at lunchtime on Monday.

Gardaí and emergency services attended the scene shortly after 1pm.

Garda Press Office stated that a woman aged in her 70s, the driver and sole occupant of the car, was pronounced dead at the scene. Her body has later removed to Navan mortuary for a post-mortem.

Flowers at the scene of the collision at Bellinter House Hotel.

Ms Corcoran (nee Smithers) is survived by her daughter, Martina, and son, Patrick; grandchildren, Ethan, Cian, Glenn, Callum and Kate; son-in-law, John; Patrick’s partner Sinead; Callum’s mum, Deirdre; sister Irene Looby (Artane); brother Gerard (Dublin 1); brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and good friends.

She will repose at St Joseph’s Chapel of Rest, Old Johnstown, Navan (C15 C425) on Thursday from 5pm-7pm for family and friends. Removal on Friday morning at 9.30am to arrive to St. Mary’s Church, Navan, for Funeral Mass at 10.30am, which can be viewed on Burial afterwards in Balgriffin Cemetery, Dublin (D17 RR71) at approximately 1pm.

A statement from Garda Press office saying that the incident was a road traffic collision and appealing for witnesses who were travelling on the road to come forward with dash cam footage is inaccurate.