A WOMAN has kicked the bucket after the vehicle she was in with two children dove into a stream.

Crisis administration pulled the vehicle from the River Lee in Cork the previous evening.
The two adolescents were raced to Cork University Hospital, where they stay with non-perilous wounds.

Unfortunately the body of a lady in her 40s was eliminated from the water by the Naval Services’ plunge group and taken to the clinic.

The loathsomeness occurrence unfurled at Kennedy Quay at around 8.45pm on Friday.

Salvage groups including police, rescue vehicle and fire teams ran to the scene.
It’s perceived the two youngsters figured out how to liberate themselves from the vehicle after it dove into the profound water quay.

They were saved from the water as a mad pursuit was sent off for the lady, whose body was subsequently recuperated from the stream.

The aftereffects of the posthumous assessment will decide the course of the Garda examination concerning the occurrence.

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A Garda representative said: “Garda are examining every one of the conditions of an occurrence where a vehicle entered the River Lee at Kennedy Quay, at roughly 8:45pm on Friday.
“Two youngsters were recuperated from the water and were taken to Cork University Hospital to get treatment for non-perilous wounds.

“Following the appearance of a jump group with the Irish Naval Service, the body of a lady (40s) was subsequently eliminated from the water.

“The lady’s body was eliminated to Cork University Hospital where a posthumous will happen.

“The consequences of which will decide the course of the examination.”

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