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Paudie O'Leary named as victim of Kerry hit and run

The 42-year-old cyclist died after being involved in a collision early yesterday morning.

Scrahanfadda, Co Kerry
Scrahanfadda, Co Kerry
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THE CYCLIST WHO died in a hit and run road incident in Kerry yesterday morning has been named as Gardaí renewed an appeal for witnesses today.

Paudie O’Leary, 42, died after he was knocked down while cycling in the the townland of Scrahanfadda, Gneeveguilla, between 8am and 10am yesterday morning.

O’Leary was originally from Leamyglissane, Gneeveguilla.

Gardaí have issued a renewed appeal for witnesses this morning, asking anyone who may have seen the collision or anyone who may have travelled the road from or to Killarney via Gneeveguilla to contact them.

Anyone who can assist the investigation can contact Kanturk Garda Station on 029  20680, the Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

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