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Woman (20) charged over serious hit-and-run incident in Limerick

A woman has been remanded in custody after she was charged in connection with a hit-and-run in Limerick on Sunday morning.

A car drove into a number of people, critically injuring a man and leaving three women with non-life threatening injuries.


Four people were hospitalised as a result of the incident.

The woman was arrested yesterday in relation to the incident and is currently detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984 at Henry Street Garda station.

Twenty-year-old Chloe McNamara of Sarsfield Gardens, Moyross, Limerick appeared before Limerick District Court today charged with four offences arising out of the alleged incident, in the early hours of yesterday.


She was charged with three counts of dangerous driving, contrary to Section 53 of the Road Traffic Act.

McNamara is also charged with failing to give assistance to a male, knowing this person was injured.


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