Co Kildare Accident, 60-year-old Cyclist Dead After Collision Involving Car

Co Kildare Accident – The cyclist was killed in an accident that took place this morning in County Kildare. The collision involved a car and a cyclist, and the rider was the victim of the tragedy. As Easter Sunday approached, this collision took place near Knocknagee in Kildare, which is located close to Carlow Town. It occurred just before 11.30 a.m. There are still members of the Gardai and emergency services in attendance at the scene of the accident.

It was determined that the older male cyclist who was involved in the collision had passed away at the scene of the accident. He was in his seventies at the time. It has been discovered that his body has been sent to Naas General Hospital, where a post-mortem examination will be performed at the right time. This information was obtained from the hospital. According to the reports, there were no other injuries discovered.

In order to ensure that Garda Forensic Collision Investigators are able to carry out a thorough investigation, the road is still closed at the time that this item is being published. In the meantime, we are directing vehicles to take different routes than they were originally prescribed. At this time, the Gardai have issued a call for witnesses, particularly anyone who may have dash-cam footage of the area around the time of the collision, to get in touch with appropriate authorities.

According to a spokesman for An Garda Siochana, who provided an explanation of the incident to The Irish Mirror, the Gardaí are seeking that anyone who may have witnessed this collision get in touch with them. Any individuals who were traveling in the region of Knocknagee, County Kildare, on Sunday, March 31, 2024, between the hours of 10.30 and 11.30 a.m., and who may have camera footage (including dash-cam footage), are kindly urged to make this material available to the Gardaí. Their assistance is greatly appreciated. “Anyone with any information is asked to contact Kildare Garda Station on 045 527730, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.”

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