A MOTORIST who was killed in Limerick had been named locally.
Nancy McCarthy of Bawnmore, Ardpatrick was killed in one road traffic car that died on Friday.
Gardai in Kilmallock investigates what happened, which took place at 3.30pm on Friday evening at Sunville Upper, High Patrick.
Gardai said that Ms. McCarthy, who was in the late 60's, was seriously injured when she died; a car that she was driving out of the road and her; put a ditch on it.
Two women aged 16 and 7 were injured and were taken to Limerick University Hospital for the test.
Local councilor Michael Donegan said Mr McCarthy was "an amazing person".
"Nancy was a good spiritual woman, and also one of a brilliant family. I'm presenting my McCarthy and Keeffe families at the moment," said Comr Donegan.
Nancy McCarthy (née O & Keeffe) Eamonn's wife and mother of Brian, Lorraine and Karen. She has been very regretted with her father, son, daughters, brothers, sisters, grandchildren, Lauren, Ava, Ella-Faye, Callan, Cara, Anna and Sadie, mother-in-law, sisters, spouses , lawyer, daughter-in-law, grandson, relatives and friends.
Participating at the Hawes burial house, Charleville on Tuesday afternoon from 5.30pm to 8pm. Reception to St Patrick's Church, Ardpatrick, Wednesday for Mass Massage at 12pm. Later funeral to Ardpatrick Cemetery.