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Family throws baby out of window after car falls off pier - Manawatu Standard

A baby is in stable condition after being flung from the window of a jeep as it sank into freezing waters in north-west Ireland. The tragedy claimed the lives of two adults and three children, after the SUV fell off a pier in Buncrana, County Donegal ...and more »

Devastating scenes as Buncrana pier tragedy victims laid to rest - Irish Mirror

There have been heartbreaking scenes as hundreds gather in Derry for the joint funeral of five family members who died in the Buncrana pier tragedy. Uniformed civilians were posted along miles of roads of Ballymagroarty to assist mourners making their ...and more »

'We are all numbed by this tragedy': Family of Buncrana pier tragedy victims reveal heartbreak - Irish Mirror

The family of the five victims of last night's horrific Buncrana pier tragedy have revealed their "unspeakable heartbreak" as a mother lost her husband, two sons, her younger sister and her own mother. Sean McGrotty aged 49, and his young sons Mark, 12 ...and more »

Buncrana Tragedy - Irish Times

Scenes from Buncrana where five people died when a car appears to have slipped into the water accidentally. Mon 21 Mar 2016. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email App Share to LinkedIn Share to Pinterest Share to ...and more »

Five people, including children, die after car goes off pier in Donegal - RTE.ie

Five people, including a number of children, have died after a vehicle went off a pier in Co Donegal, according to reports. It is understood six people were in the vehicle when it went into the water at Buncrana shortly after 7pm. A major search ...and more »

Final moments recalled in Buncrana tragedy - RTE.ie

The man who saved a young baby from drowning in a tragedy that claimed five other lives in Buncrana has described how the infant's father chose to stay with his other children rather than save himself. Davitt Walsh swam out into Buncrana harbour in ...and more »

'All within 10 minutes the family was gone': Eyewitness to Buncrana pier tragedy recalls 'harrowing' scene - Irish Mirror

The man who called 999 as a family's car sank at Buncrana pier has described the harrowing moment it disappeared before his eyes a matter of moments after the driver pleaded with him to call for help. Five members of one family lost their lives in the ...and more »

Buncrana pier tragedy: Baby rescued from water as five - including three children - drown in tragic car plunge - Irish Mirror

Two adults and three children drowned in the vehicle from which the infant was thrown to safety in Buncrana, Co Donegal, last night. The baby girl, thought to be just months old, was saved with the help of a bystander and is said to be in a stable ...and more »

Archbishop meets families struck by tragedy at Buncrana - Irish Times

The Catholic Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All-Ireland, Archbishop Eamon Martin, last night met members of the families who lost their lives in the Buncrana pier tragedy. Archbishop Martin, who is from Derry, travelled to the city to meet Louise ...and more »

Buncrana pier tragedy: First pictures of family of five as mum faces unimaginable loss after car pier plunge - Irish Mirror

Baby Rioghnach, aged just four months, was pulled from the water by a bystander who saw the car go over and is in a stable condition at Letterkenny General Hospital. The children's mother was in Liverpool at a hen party at the time of the incident and ...and more »