Evening top 5: Investigation after father and son die in Limerick; shooting kills three in UK; and Wineroo

The top stories this Tuesday evening...

Deaths of father and son in Limerick being treated as suspected murder/suicide

An investigation has been launched in Limerick after a woman was found with stab wounds after her 3-year-old son and his father were killed in a car crash.

The head-on collision happened at 8.30am this morning near Pallasgreen.

Gardaí are treating the deaths of Marco Velocci and his 3-year-old son Alex James as a suspected murder/suicide.

Mother, father and daughter dead after shootings near swimming pool in England

A father is believed to have shot dead his wife and teenage daughter in a small English market town - before taking his own life.

Lance Hart is understood to have killed his wife Claire (50) and daughter Charlotte (19) with a shotgun.

The shootings happened near a pool in Spalding at about 9.00am. No shots were fired by officers.

Nearly 80,000 people sign petition to save Belfast dog deemed 'dangerous'

The owners of a dog in Belfast have received nearly 80,000 signatures in a petition to save him.

Leonard Collins says his dog, Hank, was taken from his home by police officers and dog wardens on July 14th.

"He has been condemned to die because he looks like a pitbull. Our only legal recourse is to fight this in the courts," he says.

Mick O'Dowd not a fan of the critical culture creeping into the GAA

Former Meath manager Mick O'Dowd has taken aim at former players who are critical of the amateur athletes within the GAA and likened it to that of the hyper-professional Premier League where players are on "highly inflated salaries".

In an interview with LMFM, O'Dowd criticised older players who have turned into pundits and accused them of taking the "moral high ground" on a lot of individuals in the developmental stages of their career.

Deliveroo extends its service to bring booze to your door

Deliveroo has announced it will partner with alcohol retailers Baggot St Wines, Fresh The Good Food Market and Galway Bay Brewery to deliver alcohol to your door.

Deliveroo customers can now order wines from Dublin based independent wine specialist Baggot St Wines, Fresh The Good Food Market from their in-house wine concession The Wine Barrel and Galway Bay Brewery with delivery times set to be around 20 minutes.