Bantry Gardai Appeal For Witnesses Following Fatal Crash
A man in his 40s and another man in his late teens have died
It's after the car they were travelling in entered the water in West Cork.
Two more men were inside the car, one is in hospital with serious injuries and the other escaped unharmed.
It happened at about half past five this morning, on the N71 between Glengariff and Kenmare.
It brings to 12 the number of people who have now died on Cork roads since the beginning of the 2020.
Superintendent Declan O'Sullivan from Bantry Garda Station made this appeal for witnesses to come forward:
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