03 Oct 2022

Tragic mother who passed away following N4 Longford crash to be laid to rest

Tragic mother who passed away following N4 Longford crash to be laid to rest

A young north Longford mother who passed away yesterday almost three weeks after sustaining serious injuries in a road accident, is to be laid to rest at the weekend.

Thirty-two-year-old Sarah Brady (née Reynolds), 9 Sliabh Corglass, Moyne, Longford died at Mullingar’s Midland Regional Hospital on Thursday afternoon.

A well liked and deeply respected member of the local community, Mrs Brady had been transferred back to Mullingar after spending several days in Dublin’s Beaumont Hospital following the accident on September 12 last.

That incident occurred close to the Charlotte Brooke Roundabout when her car was involved in a collision with an articulated lorry.

Her two children, Oisin (3) and 11 month old Caoimhe were also injured, though less seriously.

The late Mrs Brady’s remains will repose at her residence from Saturday at 12 noon until 9pm with removal on Sunday to St Mary’s Church, Legga arriving for 2:30pm funeral mass.

Burial afterwards in Legga Cemetery. House strictly private on Sunday morning.


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