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Another boat load of trolleys and other metal debis dragged from the bottom of the river is brought ashore by the BFRRS.

Volunteers from the Boyne Fishermen’s Rescue and Recovery Service have been taking advantage of some very low tides in the past few days to drag hundreds of shopping trolleys and other debris from the bottom of the river.

On Thursday evening alone they pulled 56 trolleys in various stages of decay from the water, they also retrieved a couple of bicycles, assorted bits of twisted metal and even a council litter bin which some genius had uprooted from the footpath and thrown into the river.

A spokesperson for the BFRRS told Drogheda Life that although some idiots think it is very funny to throw trolleys into the river it is in fact hazardous for divers and others when they are trying to rescue people or search for bodies.

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