Man dies after collision between cyclist and pedestrian on N24 in

A man in his 70s died in hospital on Wednesday after a collision between a cyclist and a pedestrian on Monday evening on the N24 on Glenconnor Upper on Clonmel, according to Gardaí.

Reporting yesterday, tipperarylive.ie said Clonmel Garda Station spokesperson confirmed this morning that the pedestrian, a Clonmel resident aged in his mid-70s, died at South Tipperary General Hospital.

The collision happened on the bypass of the town — although at this point it is unclear if it happened on the roadway or one of the paths.

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On Monday after the collision, Sean Brosnan at the Garda press office said: “Gardaí at Clonmel are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision involving a cyclist and a pedestrian that occurred at approximately 6.35pm on Monday 6th January 2020 at the N24, Glenconnor Upper, Clonmel, County Tipperary.”

He said: “A male pedestrian in his 70s was taken to South Tipperary General Hospital with serious head injuries and is currently in a critical condition. Forensic Collision Investigators have carried out a technical examination of the scene.”

“Gardaí at Clonmel are appealing for anyone with information in relation to this collision, particurly any road users who may have camera footage who were travelling in the area at the time, to come forward,” he added.

Gardai said that anybody with information is asked to contact Clonmel Garda Station on 052 6177640, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

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