Ireland 'He was an absolutely amazing guy' - Tributes paid to dad-of-two who died in workplace incident at Dublin Port

09:46  07 june  2018
09:46  07 june  2018 Source:   independent.ie

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TRIBUTES have been paid to the father-of-three who died in a workplace incident in Co. Fermanagh on Friday. Barry McQuaid, aged 34, from Dromore in Co. Tyrone, was described as a popular and highly-respected local man.

A close friend of Mr Rafiq, who wanted to remain anonymous, paid tribute to him , adding: ‘Ateeq was only 24 years old. ‘ He was a lovely, humble, down to earth guy who was always smiling. ‘Following an incident which took place on Friday 9 March at our Birmingham cinema, we can

Dublin Port (Photo: Google Maps) © Provided by Irish Independent Dublin Port (Photo: Google Maps) A father-of-two who died in a workplace incident at Dublin Port on Wednesday has been described as an "amazing guy" and "top bloke" by friends.

The man, who was in his late 30s and from Dublin, was rushed to the Mater Hospital Wednesday morning following an accident but was later pronounced dead.

While the exact details of the incident are as yet unknown, it is believed work on moving steel beams may have been taking place at the time.

It is understood that gardai are still trying to inform some family members about his tragic death.

An investigation by the Health and Safety Authority is now set to get underway into the fatal workplace accident.

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TRIBUTES ARE BEING paid both home and abroad to the two Irish men who died when they were working at an apartment in Perth, Australia. The paper says that the two men were reportedly having a cigarette break when the tragic incident occurred.

A DAD - of -one who tragically died after his head was caught in a chair at Vue Cinema in Star City, Birmingham has been named The incident at Star City in Birmingham is being investigated. “ He was a lovely, humble, down to earth guy who was always smiling, he literally had everything to live for.

A friend and former colleague told Independent.ie he was "an absolutely amazing guy".

"He was just a great guy, really amazing. I am still in shock at the news. He will be a really big loss."

Another friend also paid tribute to the young dad.

"A top quality bloke who always made me feel welcome when I started."

Gardaí and emergency services were called to the scene at Ocean Pier shortly after 11.30am.

An examination of the scene was carried out by gardaí and enquiries are ongoing.

"Gardaí in Store Street are investigating the sudden death of a man in his 30s following a workplace incident in Dublin Port," a garda spokesman said.

"The Health and Safety Authority and the local Coroner have been notified."

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