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Call for camera footage after man in his 40s dies five days after collision

— Gardai seek camera footage and witnesses from the public.

A renewed appeal has been issued by the Gardai after a man in his 40s has died in hospital after a collision last Wednesday in Nenagh, County Tipperary.

Gardai believe that the collision only involved the man on his bicycle, but are seeking camera footage and witnesses.

“Gardaí are continuing to investigate the traffic collision involving the cyclist that occurred at approximately 3:20pm on Wednesday, 18th November, 2020, at Sarsfield Street, Nenagh, County Tipperary. A technical examination of the scene has taken place,” said Colin Heeney

He added: “Gardaí at Nenagh are renewing their appealing for any witnesses to come forward. Gardaí are also appealing for any road users who may have camera footage (including dash-cam) who were travelling on Sarsfield Street from 3pm to 3:20pm, on 18tt November 2020, to make this footage available to Gardaí.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Nenagh Garda Station on 067 50450, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

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