The lady who died after being hit by a automotive in Navan on Wednesday afternoon has been named as Dolores O’Reilly, a resident of Kilcarn Courtroom.
Mrs O Reilly has been described as a delicate soul, a stunning girl and a form neighbour by shocked native residents.
Initially an O’Donoghue of Hospital, Co Limerick, she had lived in Kilcarn Courtroom for a few years.
She was predeceased by her husband, Brian, who was initially from Castlebar, Co Mayo.
Dolores is survived by her son, Paul, daughters Mary, Sarah and Anne, brother Jimmy (Hospital), grandchildren Kyle, Finley and Senan, sons-in-law Lee and Cian, Paul’s companion Katia, sister-in-law Catherine, nieces, nephews, family and a big circle of associates.
Her stays will likely be reposing at St Joseph’s Chapel of Relaxation, Previous Johnstown, Navan on Monday from 3pm with elimination at 5.45pm to reach at St Mary’s Church, Navan for six.30pm. Her Funeral Mass wil happen on Tuesday at 10am , with burial afterwards in St Finian’s Cemetery.
The accident occurred at 1.25pm on Wednesday on the entrance to the Kilcarn Courtroom property in Navan. She was pronounced useless on the scene and no different accidents had been reported.The doorway to Kilcarn Courtroom was sealed off for a time to permit for a technical examination of the scene to happen.
Gardaí are interesting for any witnesses to return ahead, notably any street customers who might have digicam footage, together with dash-cam, and had been travelling within the Kilcarn Courtroom space between 1pm and 1.45pm on Wednesday afternoon.
Anybody with any info is requested to contact Navan Garda Station on 046 907 9930, the Garda Confidential Line at 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.