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Funeral arrangements for Cormac Murphy

Story by Ann Casey

Friday, 19th May, 2017 3:28pm

Funeral arrangements for Cormac Murphy

He'll be buried on Sunday.

Cormac Murphy who died on Thursday from injuries he received in last Sunday morning's accident at Mullagh will be buried on Sunday.

His remains will arrive at St Kilian's Church, Mullagh on Sunday (21st May) at 12:45pm for requiem mass at 1pm. Interment will take place afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

The house is strictly private at all times.

Cormac was one of the six young people involved in last Sunday morning's horrific car crash outside Mullagh and he died in the Beaumont Hospital on Thursday.
From Cloughbally Upper, Mullagh, he is sadly missed by his heartbroken parents Fergus and Bernie, sister Andrea and step sister Rachel.
Cormac and five others were injured in the accident which occurred on the Claddagh Road at Rantavan, near Mullagh village when their vehicle hit a ditch at approximately 5.30am on Sunday morning.
They were all aged between 19 and 21-years-old.
All six were taken to hospitals in Dublin and Cavan.
Their communities came together in Maghera Church near Virginia on Monday night for a special mass for the victims, which was celebrated by Fr Dermot Prior, PP Virginia.
The families of all six victims attended along with friends, relatives and neighbours.

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