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Woman dies following drowning incident in Dublin

An investigation is underway by gardaí after a woman died following a drowning incident in south Dublin.

The woman’s body was recovered from the water in the Ringsend area on Wednesday morning.


Her body was removed from the water by the Irish Coast Guard after they were alerted by a member of the public who spotted clothing in the Half Moon bathing area of South Bull Wall.

A search began immediately upon the arrival of a Coast Guard team, who were assisted by RNLI Dun Laoighaire Lifeboat Station.

The body of the woman, aged in her 40s, was located a short while after.


Her body was removed from the scene and taken to Dublin City Morgue to undergo a post-mortem examination.


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