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Names of mother and daughter who died in Cork crash confirmed by family

Geraldine Clancy, who was aged in her 50s, and her daughter Louise (20s) were killed in the crash.

Updated at 9.35pm

louise2 Louise Clancy

THE NAMES OF a mother and daughter who were killed in a road crash in north Cork this morning have been confirmed.

Death notices placed online by the family confirmed that Geraldine, who was aged in her 50s, and Louise (in her early 20s), had died in the collision.

Their car collided with another vehicle and overturned into a stream of water at about 11.20am on the R667 Fermoy to Ballyduff road.

The female driver of the other car was not seriously injured. A section of the road was closed as gardaí carried out forensic tests.


Geraldine and Louise will be laid to rest on St Stephen’s Day (Saturday) in Kilworth, to the north of Fermoy. Funeral mass will take place at 12 noon at St Martin’s Church, with burial afterwards St Michael’s Cemetery Ballyduff.

With reporting by Daragh Brophy.

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