Mother-of-two who said she fractured her finger in alleged car rear-ending sees €60k personal injury claim struck out (via Independent.ie)

A traffic accident that was investigated by gardaí protecting the then Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, when they stayed at Farmleigh in the Phoenix Park, ended in tears today for a woman who unsuccessfully sought €60,000 damages for personal injuries.

Barrister Shane English told Judge Terence O’Sullivan in the Circuit Civil Court that there had been gardaí “all over the place” in May 2017 while the British royal couple were resident in the park during a visit that took in Dublin, Kilkenny, Thomastown and the Curragh.

Patricia Hill, counsel for mother-of-two, Aurelia Nosaci, of The Gallen Apartments, Granitefield Manor, Rochestown Avenue, Co Dublin, asked that her case be struck out, with an order for District Court costs, following a dispute as to whether her car had been struck at all in an alleged rear-ending at Whites Road, Phoenix Park.

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