30/07/2007

Diver missing in Co. Donegal

A major sea search is continuing today for a diver who went missing at Horn Head off the County Donegal coast on Sunday afternoon.

According to reports, the diver was one of a group of seven who were deep sea diving of Horn Head.

The alarm was raised around 2:30pm on Sunday afternoon when the diver did not resurface.

The Sligo Coast Guard and Oranmore lifeboat are involved in the search.

Sunday's search operation involved two lifeboats, two helicopters and other vessels.

(KMcA/SP)

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