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Four killed in Wexford crash were on their way to a wake

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Irish police are investigating a crash that killed an American family of four

More details about the family who were killed in a road crash in Wexford last night have been revealed.

It is being reported that there have been a number of fatalities in the Co Wexford crash, which is said to have involved a auto and a lorry.

It is understood the four people - some of whom are believed to be tourists from the United States - were in a auto which was travelling in convoy with another vehicle heading from New Ross towards Cushinstown.

They had rented a vehicle at Shannon Airport and were driving to New Ross for the wake of Winnie Keevey, a sister of the woman killed in the crash.

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The collision happened at Begern, around two to three miles from Ballinaboule, at around 6.30pm.

Emergency services are still at the scene and the road will be closed until tomorrow afternoon at the earliest, gardaí say.

The lorry driver and a passenger who was in the vehicle were not hurt.

The road is closed to facilitate a Forensic Collision examination and will remain closed until at least lunchtime today.

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