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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Crashes

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Fallon Sherrock crashes out of World Championship
Ricky Evans still admitted his opponent was the better player.
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Two men killed in separate road crashes yesterday
The collisions occurred in Kildare and Tipperary.
Top 20 roads in Ireland where collisions occur are all located in Dublin, new data shows
The road with the most number of accidents is the R111 which runs between Islandbridge and Irishtown.
Road deaths: Man killed in Dublin as second woman dies from injuries after Westmeath crash
It brings to three the number of people killed on the nation’s roads in the last 24 hours.
This is what we'd have to look like if we wanted to survive every car crash
Meet Graham.
Alcohol was a factor in 330 fatal road collisions in four years
There were 983 fatal collisions on Irish roads between 2008 and 2012.
Google's self-driving cars are still leaning on its drivers for tight situations
Its autonomous cars experienced 272 cases where drivers were required to grab the wheel, and avoided 11 crashes.
More airline deaths due to deliberate acts than accidental crashes in 2015
There were eight accidental airline crashes last year – accounting for 161 passenger and crew deaths.
Ambulance with patient on board overturns after being hit from side
Two ambulances were involved in separate crashes this morning.
May Bank Holiday Weekend 2014: 5 killed and 6 seriously injured on roads
Last year five people died during the May bank holiday weekend.
Cars, not people, are going to be calling 999 from road crashes
The EU has voted for new automatic call systems.
Mayo kids tattooed to remind parents to put seatbelts on them
With temporary tattoos, of course…
"The pain is forever": Wall of Remembrance recalls road victims
On today, World Remembrance Day, the Road Safety Authority is gathering memories of 23,405 loved ones killed on our roads over last 50 years.
One killed and five injured in separate crashes in Carlow and Mayo
Three people are in critical condition after a three-car crash in Mayo. Separately, a 42-year-old man died in a car crash just outside Tullow in Carlow.
Column: Women really ARE better drivers. Insurance should reflect this.
While women may be worse than men at parking, we are better drivers and our insurance premiums should show that, writes AA Ireland’s Miriam O’Neill.
Motorists facing more penalty points for seatbelt offences
A number of offences related to seatbelt wearing will now carry with them penalty points, the Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has said.
Dublin City Council to charge for fire brigade callouts
The fire brigade’s assistance at a road traffic accident will cost between €485 and €610 per hour.
Two dead in Offaly and Dublin crashes