USA family dies in County Wexford road crash

USA family dies in County Wexford road crash

USA family dies in County Wexford road crash

The road where the crash happened was closed all day as forensic officers carried out an investigation but it has since reopened.

Gardai have confirmed that three men and a woman lost their lives in the crash.

Residents described the scene as "absolutely horrific" with debris scattered all over the roadside.

Doug and Lily Alexander, both aged in their 70s, and their sons Doug Jr and Stephen, both in their 40s, died at around 6.30pm on Monday evening after colliding with an articulated lorry on the N25 road near New Ross.

Gardaí at the scene of the crash in Co.

Two people were pronounced dead immediately at the scene.

Emergency services cut open the vehicle to free them but they were all pronounced dead at the scene.

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The other two casualties died before they could be transferred to University Hospital Waterford.

Initial indications are that several of the deceased are U.S. nationals believed to have been holidaying in Ireland.

"Did he look over the wrong shoulder", wondered a first responder on the scene yesterday, noting the driver would have been more used to driving on a different side of the road in the US.

Drivers in the vicinity have been warned to avoid the area.

Gardaí stressed that the section of road involved is expected to remain closed for some time.

THE partner of one of the Wexford horror auto crash victims said she felt "blessed" to share a part of her life with him in a heartbreaking final tribute.

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