The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now

The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork

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The body of a woman in her 40s has been recovered after car entered the water at Kennedy Quay in the city.

Two children who were in the car when it entered the water last night were able to get out and were rescued from the water by people on the quay.

They were taken to CUH where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

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Emergency departments in Ireland saw a record number of 29,000 patients last week.

That’s according to the HSE who is encouraging people no to make unnecessary visits to hospitals this bank holiday weekend.

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Cork Airport is reminding passengers to turn up at least 90 minutes before their flight is due to board this weekend.

It’s set to be the busiest bank holiday weekend since 2019 with over 50,000 passengers due to pass through the terminal.

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Motorists are being urged to reduce speed and remain alert as the volume of traffic is set to increase significantly over the bank holiday.

The Road Safety Authority is urging road users to ensure they stay safe by planning their route ahead of time, to stay alert driving in unfamiliar areas and to take a break if tired behind the wheel.


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