19/07/2019

Investigation After Man Dies At NI Harbour

An investigation is underway after a man died at Warrenpoint Harbour, County Down.

Emergency services attended the scene at around 2.30pm on Thursday afternoon, 18 July.
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The casualty is believed to have been a worker at the harbour, and the Health and Safety Executive has been informed about the incident. Officials at Warrenpoint have said they are cooperating with the police and HSE following the death.



(JG/CM)

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