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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# quad bike

All time
Tributes paid to Irish businesman Denis Lynn who died in quad bike crash
The death of the Finnebrogue Artisan founder was announced today.
# Ballyfermot
Infant hospitalised with 'serious injuries' after stationary quad bike struck by scrambler in Dublin
The incident happened at Cherry Orchard Park in Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 yesterday evening.
# Dublin
Gardaí examining footage of child who was thrown from scrambler bike
Dublin Lord Mayor Paul McAuliffe also said a pregnant woman was hit by a scrambler bike on Christmas Day.
# Gardaí
Man (40s) dies in quad bike incident in Donegal
He was taken to Letterkenny Hospital by ambulance but later transferred to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin.
# Kilmallock
Two men due in court over quad bike thefts in Limerick and Cork
A quad bike worth €8,000 was recovered during the arrests in Limerick yesterday.
# Ballyheane
Man in his 60s dies in Mayo quad bike farm incident
Gardaí say the man was found under a quad bike and was pronounced dead at the scene.
# Fivemiletown
Man dies in early morning quad bike crash in Co Tyrone
The deceased man has been named as 24-year-old Keith Robinson.
# Roads
Teenager killed in Limerick when his quad bike collided with a tractor
The horrific crash occurred on the Oola to Doon road this afternoon.
# Portugal
Two children killed in quad bike crash in Portugal
A third child injured in the crash is currently in intensive care.
# Tragedy
Eight-year-old boy dies following quad bike accident in Clare
The accident happened last night when the quad bike he and his father were travelling on hit a stone wall.
# squeaky clean
THIS is how you take an outdoor shower in Kerry
# Search
Police seize quad bikes, firearms and stolen vehicles in Northern Ireland
The Newry and Mourne Area Commander Chief Inspector said the seizure should send a message that there is no hiding place in the area for criminals.