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Book of Condolence for Buncrana pier victims opens

A Book of Condolence for the five people who died in a drowning accident in Buncrana on Sunday has opened.

The book is available to sign in the Council Offices at St Oran’s Road, Buncrana.

The offices are open from 9am to 4.30pm.

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Forty-nine-year old Sean McGrotty, his two young sons, Mark (12) and eight-year-old Evan, his partner’s sister,  Jodie-Lee Daniels, (14) and her mother, Ruth Daniels, (59) all died in the tragedy.

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