Top Stories

  • Man killed in Galway workplace accident - Irish Times

    Man killed in Galway workplace accident - Irish Times;

    The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) is investigating the death of a man during work on pontoons in the south Connemara harbour of Ros-a-Mhíl on Sunday evening. The man, who was in his 40s and believed to be from the north west, was working on ...and more »

  • Man killed in Connemara harbour workplace incident - RTE.ie

    Man killed in Connemara harbour workplace incident - RTE.ie;

    An investigation is under way after a man died in a workplace incident in Connemara yesterday. The man was working at Ros a Mhíl harbour when he was struck by a piece of machinery. He was treated at the scene before being taken to University Hospital ...and more »

  • Tragedy as man dies in workplace accident at Rossaveal Harbour in Co Galway - Irish Mirror

    A man has died after a work place accident in Rossaveal Harbour, Co Galway this afternoon. The man, who is understood to be from Co Donegal, is believed to be in his 30s or 40s. A garda spokesperson said: "A man sadly passed away after being involved ...and more »

  • Man killed and another injured after workplace accident in Co Galway - The Irish Sun

    Man killed and another injured after workplace accident in Co Galway - The Irish Sun;

    A MAN has died and another man is injured after a workplace accident in Co Galway. The incident happened at the Ros a Mhíl harbour in Connemara yesterday. The HSE are due to carry out an inspection of the harbour today. It is understood the man was ...and more »

  • Man who died at Ros a Mhíl Harbour named - Connacht Tribune Group

    Man who died at Ros a Mhíl Harbour named - Connacht Tribune Group;

    The man who died in a workplace accident at Ros a Mhil Harbour last evening has been named as Donegal native Terry Toland. An inspector for the Health and Safety Authority will today examine the scene of the tragedy. The 42 year old was working on ...and more »

  • Man in his 40s dies after being struck by machinery on barge in Galway - thejournal.ie

    Man in his 40s dies after being struck by machinery on barge in Galway - thejournal.ie;

    A MAN IN his 40s has died after he was involved in a workplace accident in Connemara yesterday. It is believed the man was on a barge just off Ros a Mhíl harbour when he was struck by a piece of machinery just after 4pm yesterday afternoon. The man was ...and more »

  • Donegal man who lost his life in workplace accident in Galway is named - Highland Radio

    Donegal man who lost his life in workplace accident in Galway is named - Highland Radio;

    The man who died in a workplace accident at Ros a Mhil Harbour In Galway yesterday has been named as Terry Toland from Ramelton. It's understood that an inspector for the Health and Safety Authority is to examine the scene of the tragedy later today.and more »

  • Man killed in work place accident is believed to be from Donegal - Donegal Now

    Man killed in work place accident is believed to be from Donegal - Donegal Now;

    It is understood that a man who lost his life in work place accident in Rossaveal Harbour yesterday may have been from Donegal. The man, who is in his forties, was working installing pontoons in the harbour in Galway when he suffered a blow to the head ...and more »

  • Father-of-four killed in Conemara workplace accident named - Irish Independent

    Father-of-four killed in Conemara workplace accident named - Irish Independent;

    A man who was killed in a workplace accident at a harbour in Connemara was a father-of-four originally from Donegal. The man, aged in his 40s, has been named by his company Quinn Piling Ltd as Terry Toland. Another person was injured in the same ...and more »

  • Donegal man who lost his life in Rossaveal Harbour accident is named - Donegal Now

    Donegal man who lost his life in Rossaveal Harbour accident is named - Donegal Now;

    A man who died in a workplace accident at Rossaveal Harbour in Galway has been named as Donegal native Terry Toland. An inspector for the Health and Safety Authority today examined the scene of the tragedy, which occurred when 42 year old Toland ...and more »