Toddler killed in Limerick crash named

David Hurley


David Hurley


Toddler killed in Limerick crash named

The scene of Saturday's collision - Picture: Press 22

The toddler who died in a horror crash on the M20 at the weekend has been named locally as Kellycia Nudiri.

The three-year-old died after she sustained catastrophic head injuries in the collision which happened on the southbound carriageway of the motorway at around 4.45pm on Saturday.

Kellycia’s twin brother and her parents were also treated at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) following the collision for non life-threatening injuries.

Three other men who were travelling in another car was also taken to UHL following the incident.

It is understood the family of the little girl, which is originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, recently moved to the Abbeyfeale area from Limerick city.

The motorway was closed for several hours following Saturday’s accident and investigations into what happened are being conducted by gardai attached to Roxboro Road garda station.

Kellycia was the eleventh person to die on Limerick roads so far this year.

Any witnesses to the collision are asked to contact (061) 214340.