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Ireland Tributes paid to tragic 14-year-old Abbie Nummy who died in farm accident in Newry, Co Armagh

10:05  03 december  2019
10:05  03 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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According to local reports, 14 - year - old Abbie Nummy died following an accident in the Bernish area of Newry on Saturday. Emergency services - including an air ambulance - were contacted around 2pm and raced to the scene, but unfortunately couldn't save the girl's life. Police said in a statement that

A teenage girl has died in a farm accident in Newry , County Armagh . She has been named locally as 14 - year - old Abbie Nummy . The accident happened on Saturday afternoon. The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said it would "prepare a report for the Coroner following a sudden death in a

a man wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Abbie Nummy © PACEMAKER Abbie Nummy Tributes have been paid to a teenage girl who tragically died following a farm accident.

Abbie Nummy, 14, a pupil at Newry High School, sadly passed away in the incident, which happened in the Bernish area of Co Armagh on Saturday, November 30.

Independent Newry councillor Gavin Malone described Abbie as "a lovely girl" and told Belfast Live that the community will "give full support to the Nummy family".

He said: "This is just such heartbreaking news to come to such a well respected family in the Newry community. We are all devastated and our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

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Abbie Nummy who died in a farm accident . The tragic teenager was named locally as Abbie Nummy ( 14 ), a pupil at Newry High School. A spokesman for the Health and Safety Executive NI said: "“HSENI have received a report of an incident in Newry , has attended the scene, and is currently

The principal of Newry High School has paid tribute to a "kind, caring" pupil who died in an accident on her family farm just outside the city. He described 14 - year - old Abbie Nummy as a "lovely little chatterbox" who had lots of friends in the school. Read more here.

"I have spoken with the family and they are just heartbroken. It's very sad.

"The Nummy family are hugely respected. They are lovely people.

"The community will rally round them and give them all the support they need. It's hard to really put it in to words to be honest."

Abbie's funeral will be held on Tuesday December 3 in St May's Parish Church, Newry.

Her funeral notice read: "(Newry) November 30, 2019, (suddenly), result of an accident, in her 14th year. Much loved daughter of Andrew and Lorna, loving sister of Jamie and Darcie, 16 Altnaveigh Road, Newry.

"Funeral service on Tuesday at 1.00pm in St. Mary's Parish Church, Newry. Followed by interment in Presbyterian Cemetery, Armagh Road, Newry.

"Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, payable to Air Ambulance NI, c/o John M Murdoch Funeral Director, Brookside, 125 Armagh Road, Newry BT35 6PU.

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Schoolgirl tragically dies after accident on farm in Newry , Co Armagh . A teenage girl has tragically died following a farm accident in Newry . The incident happened in Tributes have been paid to Abbie Nummy , 14 , a pupil at Newry High School, who has been described as "a lovely girl".

Tributes have been paid after the death of a young south Armagh man on a farm on Friday. Toirdealbhach Larkin, 22, passed away after an accident in Co Down. Newry & Armagh Sinn Féin MLA Megan Fearon commenting on the death of Toirdealbhach Larkin

"Lovingly remembered by her sorrowing Dad, Mum, Brother, Sister, Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts and entire family circle."

A PSNI spokesperson said: "Police will prepare a report for the Coroner following a sudden death in a tragic accident at a farm in Newry on Saturday.

"The Health and Safety Executive is investigating the circumstances."

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