Nursing Assistant Julie Ann Kehoe, 29, of Craanford, Co Wexford, was rushed to hospital but later died of her injuries – two babies and a 12-year-old boy were also injured
The third death in Friday’s horrific clash that killed three people and injured three others has been named.
Nursing Assistant Julie Ann Kehoe, 29, of Craanford, Co Wexford, was rushed to hospital but later died of her injuries.
She was traveling with two baby girls and a 12-year-old boy who is believed to be in a serious condition.
The girls’ injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Ms Kehoe and her partner were building their home in Cavan, where she planned to relocate after her 12-year-old son finished primary school in Craanford, reports the Irish Mirror.
Fianna Fail councilor Donal Kenny said: “The family and the community are deeply saddened and crushed to hear the news of Julie Ann’s complete tragic death.
“Our hearts are broken for the family, who are well known and respected in the local area. I give my deepest sympathy to her mother, Geraldine, and family.”
Mrs. Kehoe was the youngest of four siblings, Gerard, Ciaran and Martina. Her father John Morris is dead.
Shane Gilchrist and Saoirse Corrigan were traveling in the same car when they collided with another vehicle on the N52 in Kells, Meath around 4.25pm on New Year’s Eve.
Ms Corrigan, the driver of one of the cars, was pronounced dead at the scene while Mr Gilchirst died while being taken to Connolly Hospital
Both were from Castlepollard and were in a relationship.