Death of man after Rosslare Europort row was due to heart attack
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Death of man after Rosslare Europort row was due to heart attack

A MAN who passed away following a row at Rosslare Europort on Friday died from a heart attack, a post mortem has determined.

According to the Irish Independent, the man, who was aged in his 50s, had an underlying heart condition.

The man had been involved in a row with another lorry driver after one of them had cut in as they were entering the port.

After the two men dropped off their loads, they got out of their cabs and a row ensued.

The man who died is believed to have been hit on the head, but made it back to his lorry.

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The second driver returned to his vehicle and drove out of the port, unaware of the condition of the first man.

Gardái stopped the second driver a short distance from the port and he was arrested.

However he has been released without charge after being questioned at Wexford Garda station.

According to RTÉ, a file will be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions, but it appears the man's death is not connected to the earlier incident.