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Who was Tony Cullen? A former soldier who was killed in a hit and run crash in Tipperary

We will look at Tony Cullen, the former soldier who was killed in the horror crash in Tipperary.

Who was Tony Cullen?

He was a man in his 60s from a Clonmore in Tipperary.

It is a village which is not far from Templemore.

The former soldier was not married.

He was working as a bar keeper and neighbours are shocked at his death.

Tony Cullen was hit at a spot which is not far from his home.

The unfortunate part is that the driver who hit him did not stop, but fled.

The locals and neighbours who know him have been paying tribute to him.

One of them wrote: “Rip Tony, heartbroken. The village will never be the same.

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“You were such a big part of the village, such a shock to Clonmore.”

Another heart broken local said: “I’m heartbroken, I knew him well. Used to cook him Christmas dinner every year. I can’t stop thinking about him.”

Gardai confirms the death of Tony Cullen.

Gardai  have confirmed the incident and are calling for witness that will help in arresting the driver of the car that hit Tony Cullen.

A Gardai spokesman said: “Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following a suspected fatal hit and run road traffic collision that occurred at Clonmore in Templemore, Co.Tipperary in the early hours of Monday morning, 21st November 2022.

“Shortly after 1am, Gardaí were alerted to reports of a man (60s) who had been located on the side of the R433 road near Clonmore Village. The man was later pronounced deceased at the scene.

“Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed this incident to come forward. Any road users who were travelling in the area on Monday morning, 21th November, 2022 between 1am and 1.20am and who may have camera footage (including dash cam) is asked to make it available to Gardaí.

“Anyone with any information is asked to contact Thurles Garda Station on 0504 25100, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda station.”

By Robert

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