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Cllr McKillop expresses her sympathy following Fair Head death

SDLP Councillor for the Glens, Margaret Anne McKillop has expressed her shock and sympathies after a death at Fair Head near Ballycastle.

This is the second tragedy on the North Coast in recent days, after a youth died following an accident near Dunluce Castle on Tuesday.

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The North Antrim representative said:

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“The local community was deeply shocked and saddened to learn that an elderly man had fallen from a considerable height and tragically lost his life.

“This death is a tragedy and my thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones through this most difficult time.

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“I want to commend the emergency services for their efforts.

“I would urge everyone to take extra care and show caution around the coastal areas at all times.”

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