A motorcyclist died in an accident in Co Cork.
Gardai stated they had been referred to as to the scene of the incident shortly after 5pm Sunday in Dromahane close to Mallow.
It’s understood that the motorbike left the highway and crashed right into a ditch on the R619 in Kilpadder South.
The alarm was raised by passing motorists. The motorcyclist, a person in his forties, was pronounced useless on the scene a short while later.
His physique was taken to the Cork College Hospital for a publish mortem examination.
Garda's forensic investigators examined the scene of the accident and the bicycle was eliminated for a extra detailed examination.
The person was the second motorcyclist killed on Irish roads on Sunday.
A 34-year-old man from Northern Eire had been a competitor at Walderstown Highway Races in Co Westmeath.
The rider was handled on the scene of the accident earlier than being transferred by aircraft to Mater Hospital in Dublin, the place he was pronounced useless.
Gardai is asking anybody with details about any of the incidents to contact them on the Garda Confidential Line at 1800-666-111.