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Ireland 16-year-old dies in Beaumont Hospital following cycling collision in Co Kildare

14:16  08 july  2018
14:16  08 july  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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A 16 - year - old boy has died in hospital following a road incident which happened on Tuesday 3 July. The boy was cycling when he was involved in a collision with a car at Oughterard, Straffan in Co Kildare . He had been taken to Beaumont Hospital where he was treated for head injuries

A teenage cyclist who was involved in a collision with a car on July 3rd has tragically died in hospital . The 16 - year - old boy was cycling near Straffan in Co Kildare when the incident occured. He was taken to Beaumont Hospital where he was treated for head injuries and was pronounced

a large brick building with a store on the side of a road: Beaumont Hospital © Collins Beaumont Hospital

A 16-year-old boy has died following a cycling collision earlier this week.

The incident happened on July 3 in Straffan, Co Kildare at around 4.50pm.

He had been rushed to Beaumont Hospital, but tragically died from his head injuries earlier today.

A woman in her 40s was driving the car when the incident happened. She was not injured.

A garda spokesman said: "A 16 year old boy has died in hospital today following a traffic collision in Co Kildare on the 3rd July 2018.

"The boy was cycling at Oughterard, Straffan at 4.50pm on the 3rd July, when he was involved in a collision with a car.

"He was taken to Beaumont Hospital where he was treated for head injuries and was pronounced dead earlier today. The driver of the car a woman in her 40s was not injured."

A Garda investigation into the collision is underway.

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