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Infant boy dies after road traffic incident in Clare


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A young boy is dead after a road traffic incident in a residential area in Clare early this afternoon.

The child was rushed to University Hospital Limerick after the incident at around 12.30pm today, but has since died.

The scene on Quin Road, Ennis, has been preserved for forensics.

“Gardaí are at the scene of a fatal road traffic incident at a residential area on Quin Road, Ennis, Co. Clare that occurred shortly before 12:30pm this afternoon, Wednesday 8th May 2024,” a garda spokesman said.

“A male infant was transferred from the scene to University Hospital Limerick. He has since been pronounced deceased as a result of his injuries.

“A family liaison officer is being appointed to support the family at this time,” the spokesman added.

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