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Kells road death victim named

Friday, 15th August, 2014 12:00pm

Story by Ann Casey
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Kells road death victim named

The man who was killed at Lynch’s Cross outside Kells yesterday has been named as 44 year old Paul Lloyd of The Rise, Lakepoint Estate, Mullingar.
He died following a two vehicle collision between the van he was driving and lorry on the N52. He was pronounced dead at scene and his remains were removed to Navan Hospital. 
The male lorry driver, 66 years, was taken to Navan Hospital with non life threatening injuries.
The road was closed for a period yesterday for forensic investigations, but re-opened last night.
Gardaí at Kells are appealing for witnesses to contact them at Kells Garda Station on 046 - 9280820, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.

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