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IrelandFive young men hospitalised after serious crash in Co Donegal

16:50  24 august  2019
16:50  24 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Four young men who died in a car crash in West Donegal overnight have been named locally as John Harley (24) and Sean Harkin (22) from Falcarragh, Daniel Scott (early 20s) from Gortahork and Michael Roarty (24) from Dunlewey. @NewstalkFM # Donegal pic.twitter.com/uHl95dwgks.

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Five young men hospitalised after serious crash in Co Donegal © Getty The five friends were traveling in a car which struck a wall

Five young men have been hospitalised after a serious road crash in West Donegal overnight.

The five friends were traveling in a car which struck a wall on the Meenamaragh Road at Upper Loughanure just after midnight.

A major emergency operation was launched including ambulance, fire and Garda personnel.

Five young men hospitalised after serious crash in Co Donegal © Google Maps Letterkenny University Hospital

Five ambulances rushed all five men to Letterkenny University Hospital.

Some have been kept in overnight but it is understood that none of their injuries are life-threatening.

A full investigation into the cause of the single-vehicle crash has been launched by Gardai.

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Donegal County Council has set up an emergency response plan following the crash . Photograph: Alan Betson. Three people are understood to have been injured following a serious road crash in Inishowen, Co Donegal . The road from Buncrana to Burnfoot is closed due to a road traffic collision

THREE YOUNG MEN have been hospitalised after a serious car crash in Co Kildare. The single car collision happened on the Kilteel Road at Old A 21-year-old backseat passenger was seriously injured and has been taken to Beaumont hospital where his injuries are described as very serious .

One local man who was at the scene said: "This could have been so much worse.

"We have seen too much tragedy in West Donegal in recent months and we just didn't need any more. Thankfully they're all okay."

On January 27th last four friends were killed when their car left the road near Gaoth Dobhair.

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Emergency services attended the scene shortly after 1am.

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