West Kildare man who died while driving named locally


Kildare Now Reporter


Kildare Now Reporter



West Kildare  man dies while driving

A scene near the accident

A road accident claimed the life of a local man last weekend.

John Kenny, 70, died in the accident at Lattensbog, Adamstown on Saturday.

Mr Kenny worked as a steel fixer for most of his life.

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He lived in the Coill Dubh area and his survived by his wife Carmel and children — two daughters  Lisa and Nova and son Joe,— and grandchildren.

The incident happened on minor road off the road which connects Allen Cross and Naas, in an area known to many who live locally as Clongorey.

Gardaí attended the scene of the single vehicle fatal road traffic collision that occurred at approximately 7.25pm.

The road way closed for a time to allow a technical examination to take place.

Gardaí are appealing for any witnesses to this collision to come forward.

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