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Gardaí have launched an investigation after a woman has died following a crash between a pedestrian and cyclist in Dublin (Photo: Damien Storan)

A woman has died after a crash involving a pedestrian and a cyclist in south Dublin. The circumstances of the crash in Ranelagh were now being investigated by the Garda.

The pedestrian, who was in her 70s, sadly died in hospital on Sunday, some five days after the fatal incident, with gardaí now appealing for witnesses and video footage.

In a statement gardaí said the fatal road traffic collision occurred on Ranelagh Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, at approximately 11pm on Tuesday last, June 4th.

“The pedestrian, a female in her 70s, was taken to St Vincent’s University Hospital with serious injuries,” the statement added. “She was later transferred to Beaumont Hospital where she was pronounced deceased on Sunday, June 9th.”

Gardaí added the male cyclist also involved in the crash was uninjured, with a technical examination of the scene carried out after the crash.

“Gardaí are appealing for any witnesses to this collision to come forward,” the statement from Garda Headquarters on Monday evening stated.

“Any road users who may have camera footage – including dash-cam – and were travelling on the Ranelagh Road between 10:45pm and 11.15pm on Tuesday 4th June 2024 are asked to come forward.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Irishtown Garda station at (01) 666 9600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

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