NI Man Killed In Motorcycle Race

A man from Northern Ireland has tragically died following a crash at a motorcycle race in County Westmeath.

The 34-year-old was seriously injured in the collision at Walderstown at around 11.30am on Sunday, 14 June.

He was airlifted to the Mater Hospital in Dublin where he passed away.

Gardaí are believed to be investigating the death.
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The event was cancelled following the crash and forensic teams were tasked to examine the site. A post-mortem examination will follow.


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