13 April 2023

~1 minutes read

Large crowd expected for reposal of Kirsty Bohan this evening in Headford

Share story:
Large crowd expected for reposal of Kirsty Bohan this evening in Headford

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A large crowd is expected in Headford this afternoon for the reposal of teenager Kirsty Bohan.

The 14 year old died when the car she was in hit a tree in the early hours of Monday morning.

Kirsty is reposing at Ryders Funeral Home today from 4pm until 7pm.

Her funeral mass will take place at midday tomorrow in the Church of St Patrick and Cuana, with burial afterwards in Donaghpatrick Cemetery,.

The crash on Monday also claimed the life of 14 year old Lukas Joyce, while two other teenagers were also seriously injured.

Lukas will repose at Corrandulla Mortuary Chapel tomorrow afternoon from 3pm until 6pm.

His funeral will take place on Saturday at midday in St. Brendan’s Church, Annaghdown, with burial afterwards in Annaghdown Cemetery.

Thousands of message of condolences have been posted online for both teens, following Monday’s tragedy that will leave a permanent mark on the community in Headford.

Share story:

Galway postgrad workers to protest tomorrow over pay and conditions

Postgraduate workers are set to protest at the Unversity of Galway tomorrow, demanding better working conditions. The Postgraduate Workers Organisation is...

Locals lodge submissions on plans to demolish and rebuild Lidl store in Gort

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Local residents have lodged submissions on plans to demolish and rebuild the Lidl store in Gort. The plans would see the e...

Ukraine to get mobile water treatment plant built by Coffeys in Athenry

A mobile water treatment plant, built by Coffeys in Athenry, is on its way to war-torn Ukraine. It will help to supply communities in need with vital supp...

Still no report from Galway Housing Task Force four years after establishment

Four years after being set up, a report from the Galway Housing Task Force still hasn’t been published. The matter’s been raised in the Dáil ...