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Friday, 17th November 2017

Remembrance Mass for victims of road collisions

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Michael O’Neill, whose daughter Fiona died in a traffic accident outside her home at Monasterboice in 2011, pictured with Fr. Francis Aherne at the 2014 Mass in the Augustinian Church for victims of road traffic accidents. Photo: Andy Spearman.

This Sunday, 19 November marks ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’ when commemorations take place globally to remember those injured or killed in road traffic collisions.  

In Drogheda a special memorial mass will take place in the Augustinian Church, Drogheda at 1:15pm on Sunday 19 November. All are welcome.

In 2006 Drogheda became the first town in the country to hold such a memorial mass. It was organised by Monasterboice man Michael O’Neill and Fr. Iggy O’Donavan. Michael lost his 21 year-old daughter Fiona in 2001when she was killed along with her boyfriend Dominic Wogan (23) in a crash at Tullyesker, just yards from her home.

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