A BBC Radio Ulster programme examining the death of a teenager who died on railway tracks outside the town in 2009 has aired on BBC Sounds.
Ryan Quinn (14), died when he was hit by a train on January 30, 2009 after he was chased from a Portrush bar.
Throughout the radio series and podcast, producer Vinny Hurrell exposes the enduring suffering of Ryan’s family – mum Lisa, dad Ivan and sister Zara – and help in their quest for justice.
Episode one reads “Heavy winds and rain batter the seaside town of Portrush in January 2009. A fourteen-year-old boy’s night out has gone badly wrong. He lies on the railway tracks in front of an oncoming train. Less than two miles away, his father becomes aware his son is in danger and starts running to the tracks on the other side of town. It soon becomes clear, what happened that night and afterwards – is not as it first appears. Listen now by clicking here.“