Father-Of-Three Who Died On Building Site Named

A father-of-three who died on a building site in co Fermanagh has been named.

Barry McQuaid died following an incident involving a digger in the Market Street area on Friday, 23 February.

It is understood he died at the scene.

In a statement Dromore Comhaltas (CCE) said: "Dromore CCÉ wish to extend deepest sympathies to the family of Barry McQuaid following his tragic passing.
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"Barry and his family circle have been keen supporters of Dromore CCÉ for a long number of years.

"May he rest in peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam."

The Health and Safety Executive has launched an investigation.


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