Limerick man dies of brain haemorrhage after incident at Co Kildare pub – The Irish Times

A Limerick man who was fatally injured in an incident outside a pub in Co Kildare last year died of a brain haemorrhage, an inquest has found.

Dylan McCarthy, 29, from Ardvullen, Kilmallock, Co Limerick, was pronounced dead on August 22, 2022 at Tallaght University Hospital, where he was taken after he died during an altercation between a group of people outside a pub in Dublin Road, Monasterevin, had suffered serious injuries last night.

Mr McCarthy was visiting the city of Kildare with relatives at the time of the incident to celebrate the birth of his godson and nephew Liam.

Coroner Cróna Gallagher told a brief session of the Dublin County Coroner’s Court that a post-mortem had found the cause of the deceased’s death to be a cerebral hemorrhage from head and neck trauma.

dr Gallagher said a more detailed account of the autopsy results would be made available in due course.

The victim’s mother, Marita McCarthy, who was accompanied to court by her husband Eamonn, testified at the hospital to Gardaí formally identifying her son’s body.

Inspector George Cagney told a preliminary hearing of the inquest on Monday that two people were on trial in connection with Mr McCarthy’s death.

Insp Cagney requested an adjournment of the inquiry under Section 25.2 of the Coroners Act on the grounds that criminal proceedings had already been instituted in the case.

dr Gallagher granted the motion and adjourned the hearing until a date to be determined after any related prosecutions have been completed.

The coroner offered Mr McCarthy’s parents her sincere condolences on what she described as “a very tragic death”.

Two Kildare men – Calvin Dunne, 22, of Abbey View, Monasterevin, and Seán Kavanagh, 24, of St Mary’s Lane, Monasterevin – were charged with the murder of Mr McCarthy at a hearing of Naas District Court in February.

Both defendants, who face a trial in the Central Criminal Court, also face separate charges of violent disorder, while Mr Kavanagh faces a third charge of assault causing harm to the victim’s father.

The two men did not respond when formally charged with the offences.

Three others, including a sister of the deceased, were also charged with offenses related to the same incident last month.

Orla McCarthy (23) from Ardvullen, Kilmallock, Co Limerick; Aoife Talty, 25, of Knockdangan, Kilmaley, Ennis, Co Clare, and Glen Brogan, 23, of Ardvullen, Killmallock, Co Limerick are all charged with violent crimes.

Mr Brogan is also accused of criminally vandalizing a window at the pub.

Separately, six other men from Monasterevin have also been charged with violent disorder in connection with the altercation.

They are Darren Harrison (30) and his brother Tadgh (25), both from Rosglas Avenue; Adam Ford (25) of Togher Avenue; Jordan Kevin (30) and his brother Shane (38) both from St Evin’s Park and Shane Foley (29) from Cowpasture, Monasterevin, Co Kildare.

Mr Ford is also accused of assaulting Eamonn McCarthy on the same day.

Gardaí told the hearing in February that there would be evidence that there had been a major altercation between two groups in which Mr McCarthy had been attacked. Limerick man dies of brain haemorrhage after incident at Co Kildare pub – The Irish Times

Dais Johnston

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