Man in 60s dies in Co Meath road crash

Gardai have appealed for information over the single-vehicle collision.

Jonathan McCambridge
Sunday 13 February 2022 12:06
Gardai have appealed for information over the road crash in Co Meath (Niall Carson/PA)
Gardai have appealed for information over the road crash in Co Meath (Niall Carson/PA)

Gardai are investigating a road collision in Co Meath in which a man in his 60s died.

The single-vehicle road traffic collision that occurred at approximately 12:25am on Sunday at Robertstown, Kilmainhamwood.

The sole occupant of the vehicle involved, a man in his 60s, was taken to Our Lady’s Hospital in Navan where he was pronounced dead.

A post mortem will be conducted at a later date.

The road has been closed and the services of forensic collision investigators have been requested.

Local diversions are in place.

Gardai are appealing for any witnesses to this collision to come forward and for any road users who were travelling in the area at this time and who may have camera footage to make this footage available to them.

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