Three NI People Killed In Co Louth Crash

Three people from Northern Ireland have lost their lives in a two-vehicle collision in the Republic of Ireland.

Gardai have charged a man in his 20s following the crash on the N1 Carrickcarnan in Dundalk shortly after 2pm on Saturday 29 February.

A mother and son from Co Armagh and a young footballer from Newry were killed in the incident.
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Investigations are ongoing and the road has since reopened.

The accused will appear at a special sitting of Dundalk District Court this morning, Monday 02 March.


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