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Candle-lit Vigil held for Ballycastle Crash Victim Clodagh Arbuckle.

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A candle-lit vigil was held in Ballycaste Town Centre on Saturday night to pray for 18-year-old crash victim Clodagh Arbuckle.

Clodagh was injured following a crash on Easter Monday on the Cushendall Road just outside of Ballycastle and currently remains in a critical condition at Belfast’s Royal Victoria Hospital. The crash claimed the lives of 2 men, Johnny Black, aged 19 and Robin Wilson, aged 26.

The vigil was attended by three representatives of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Padraig McShane, Cara McShane and Joan Bird.

Reverend John Stanbridge from Ballycastle Presbyterian and Father Brian Daly from St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s Church lead the service.


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