Gardaí investigating fatal Multyfarnham car fire arrest woman in her 40s
Gardaí have made an arrest.
Gardaí have arrested a woman in her 40s as part of the investigation into the Multyfarnham car fire.
2-year-old Michael Dennany and his 5-year-old sister Thelma Dennany tragically died in the car fire on September 9th.
The woman is currently being held at a Garda station in the Midlands.
Gardaí confirmed she has been arrested as part of the investigation into the fatal care fire that claimed two young lives.
The woman is being detained under the provisions of Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.
The siblings, who did everything together, were laid to rest on September 15th. They were carried into the church in a double white coffin.
Mourners gathered at St Mel's Cathedral in Longford to honour the siblings.
Michael and Thelma were then laid to rest in the Cullyfad cemetery in Longford.
Both siblings were in the car when it went up in flames near Multyfarnham on September 9th.
Doctors tried to save them, but both siblings were pronounced dead at the hospital.
Their mother was also taken to Midlands Regional Hospital later in the evening.
Lynn Egar was airlifted from the scene of the incident and taken to hospital with serious injuries, but she was in a stable condition.