12 April 2023

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Headford councillor urges social media sensitivity following deaths of teenagers in crash

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Headford councillor urges social media sensitivity following deaths of teenagers in crash

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A local councillor in Headford is urging people to be sensitive on social media following the deaths of two teenagers in a road crash.

14 year olds Kirsty Bohan and Lukas Joyce died when the car they were in hit a tree in Ballyfruit early Monday morning.

Councillor Andrew Reddington has said national media outlets need to monitor the comments on their social media posts relating to the tragedy.

Speaking to Galway Talks he says the families involved deserve respect and peace at this difficult time:

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