WOMAN IS KILLED AS ROADS TOLL SOARS.Byline: PAT FLANAGAN John Patrick "Pat" Flanagan (born 1891 in Preston, Lancashire) was an English footballer.
An inside forward, Flanagan played youth football for Stourbridge before joining Norwich City in 1908, before moving to Fulham in 1909.
THIS was the horror scene yesterday after a weekend of bloodshed on the roads.
A woman died in the crash when her car collided with another vehicle on the N2 at Finglas, Dublin.
Road safety boss Gay Byrne
Gabriel Mary Byrne, known as Gay Byrne and nicknamed Gaybo (born 5 August, 1934) is an Irish broadcaster. yesterday called the mounting death toll as "unacceptable and frustrating".
On Saturday, biker Padraig Campbell, 32, from Moate, Co Meath, was killed during a practice lap at a race. And fellow biker Aiden Treanor, 43, from Emyvale, Co Monaghan, died in a collision with a car at Aghalisk.
On Sunday, a Scottish trucker in his 40s was killed when he crashed into a ditch at Cootehill, Co Monaghan, and a man died in a collision at Ballydooley, Co Roscommon.
Elsewhere, in Co Cork, a pedestrian was killed on Sunday night Sunday Night, later named Michelob Presents Night Music, was an NBC late-night television show which aired for two seasons between 1988 and 1990 as a showcase for jazz and eclectic musical artists. when he was hit by a vehicle at Grange, and a woman rider in her 50s was in a critical condition last night after a collision between her horse and a lorry near Fermoy.
HORROR A car lies on its roof yesterday after a woman in her 30s was killed in a crash near Finglas