Donegal gardai launch June Bank Holiday road safety campaign



Gardaí are appealing to drivers to help reduce bank holiday fatalities.

Since 2010, 256 people have been killed between June and August in Ireland.

The majority of fatalities occur on rural roads, and between 2010 and 2014 twenty-two people in Co Donegal tragically died on during the summer months.

Garda Traffic Inspector, MIchael Harrison says there will be more Garda checkpoints this weekend, and he is urging motorists to slow down: