07/12/2015

Funeral Of Joe McDermott Takes Place In Omagh

The funeral of Joe McDermott, one of the two men killed on a building site in Western Australia, has taken place in Omagh, Co Tyrone.

Mr McDermott was killed alongside Gerard Bradley from L'Derry after a concrete slab fell on them at a construction site in Perth.
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An investigation has been launched.

Mr McDermott's funeral took place at the Sacred Heart Church in Omagh.

(CD/LM)

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