Drivers of a car and two taxis who were stopped at traffic lights and may have witnessed a fatal collision between a woman on a bicycle and a truck driver on Tuesday are asked to contact Gardai.
30-year-old Donna Fox died when she was cycling to work and was involved in a collision with driver of a truck at the junction of Seville Place, Guild Street and Sheriff Street, in the north Docklands / East Wall area of Dublin city.
“Gardai are particularly interested in hearing from the drivers of a red Ford Fiesta or Focus, a dark coloured Toyota Prius taxi and a grey coloured Toyota Avensis taxi that were stopped at the traffic lights on Seville Place/Sheriff St Upper junction at the time of the collision,” said Tony Connaughton of the Garda press office.
Any witnesses are asked to contact Store Street Garda Station on 01-6668000, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
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