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Two vehicle collision in Malahide sees pet dog fatally injured

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A two-vehicle collision in Malahide resulted in fatal injuries to a pet passenger on Saturday.

The T-Bone collision on Talbot Line near Walker Road saw one driver extricated from the vehicle by fire services and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The second vehicle’s driver denied medical treatment, stating that they were uninjured, however their passenger, a dog, was fatally injured as a result.

While speaking to the second driver, officers noted signs of impairment, and the driver refused to provide a breath sample. They are now facing charges of refusal to comply, and impaired operation. 

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