This morning.

Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin 2

The launch of World Remembrance Day, taking place on Sunday, November 18 to recall the “many millions killed and injured on the world’s roads, together with their families, friends and many others who are also affected”.

Above from left Garda Superintendent Con O Donohue; Neil Fox, whose sister Donna was killed by a truck when she was cycling 3 years ago; Moyagh Murdock, Chief Executive Officer, Road Safety Authority (RSA) and Liz O’Donnell, RSA Chairperson.

World Remembrance Day for Traffic Victims (RSA)



Today’s Irish Daily Mail.

Good times.

5 thoughts on “Remember Them

  1. postmanpat

    Good work lawyers, I guess if you don’t ask you don’t get.. Next task: get the driving ban thrown out before next Xmas. For his “family’s sake” . Gotta remember that one next time I’m being done for vehicular manslaughter!
    Irish Judges!! As long as it has nothing to do with drugs, you get off, every time.

  2. Mr B

    Seems the easiest way to legally kill somebody these days is to convince them to get on a bike and run them over.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      He cut a corner. Are you suggesting the design of roads with no junctions? Because that sounds awesome. Ads for President!

  3. Ads

    The road has been changed since, I think, so it’s necessary to stop at the stop sign. However, it wasn’t really a fair thing to say – would you delete the comment, please, Bodger?

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