We are shocked and deeply saddened.
These are the words of Police Officer Kiran Rowan Sky News Saturday morning.
He is speaking on behalf of the local community after four young men died in a traffic accident on Friday night.
The incident occurred in Clonmel, Ireland.
It has now been confirmed that Nicole Murphy (18), Grace McSweeney (18), Zoe Covery (18) and Luke McSweeney (24) have died.
According to Sky News, the 24-year-old was driving the three 18-year-olds to a graduation party when they crashed into a rock face.
Police officer Roanes won’t say much about the deaths at this time, other than that they don’t suspect anything criminal.
– Maybe this is just a terrible accident, he says further.
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An entire community is in mourning after a death. According to Sky News, work is underway to provide support equipment to affected fellow students and close relatives.
Even Ireland’s President, Michael D Higgins, put the paper out of his mouth after the fatal incident on Friday night. He said in a statement on Saturday that all thoughts go to the family and friends of the youth.
The grief is almost unbearable, and I send my deepest condolences, he says and continues:
– such a young life, full of possibilities. This is devastating and heartbreaking.
Newspaper the magazine It was reported that many people visited the accident site on Saturday morning, where silk ribbons and flowers were laid in honor of the youth.
And also Education Secretary Simon Harris Express his sympathy Saturday:
“I am thinking of my family, friends and school community. I have no words,” he writes.
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