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Ireland Remains of Cork student Cameron Blair (20) to be released back to his family today

16:30  23 january  2020
16:30  23 january  2020 Source:   independent.ie

Student, 20, who was tragically stabbed to death at Cork house party named locally as Cameron Blair

  Student, 20, who was tragically stabbed to death at Cork house party named locally as Cameron Blair His horrified friends immediately called an ambulance as the young men who had gate-crashed the party ran off , Cork Beo reports. Paramedics attempted to resuscitate the young CIT student and he was rushed to Cork University Hospital but was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival.Cameron had been a very keen sportsman and this morning, Bandon Athletics Club paid tribute to the young man who had competed at local and national level with them, winning medals at West Cork, County, Munster and National levels.

MURDERED Cork student Cameron Blair will be laid to rest on Sunday after a funeral service at the same church where he made his confirmation. The 21-year-old's remains are set to be released to his grieving family on Thursday.

Cameron Blair ( 20 ), a native of Ballinascarthy in west Cork , was a second-year chemical engineering student at CIT. Mr Blair collapsed on to the street and paramedics attended to him on the street before he was taken by ambulance to Cork University Hospital, where he later died with his parents

a man smiling and wearing a green shirt: Peace-maker: Cameron Blair © Copyright Germac.ie Peace-maker: Cameron Blair

THE remains of Cork student Cameron Blair (20), who was fatally stabbed at a house party, are set to be released back to his family today with his funeral to take place on Sunday.

The Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) student died after suffering a stab wound to the neck while he was attending a house party last Thursday on the Bandon Road in Cork.

Three young men had attended the social gathering uninvited.

All three were in the process of being asked to leave when one lashed out at Mr Blair and he suffered his fatal injury.

A senior garda source said they have made "significant progress" with their investigation over the past few days.

Student Cameron died acting as 'peacemaker'

  Student Cameron died acting as 'peacemaker' Tragic student Cameron Blair was killed in a brutal assault while acting as a peacemaker during a dispute between a group of teens at a house party in Cork last Thursday. Twenty-year-old Cameron, a second-year engineering student at Cork Institute of Technology, from Ballinascarty, west Cork, died after he was slashed in the neck during at a house party on the Bandon Road at about 9.20pm.Sources say a trio of youths, who have all since been identified and spoken to by gardai, gained entry to the party despite not being invited.

Student , 20 , who was tragically stabbed to death at Cork house party named locally as Cameron Blair . His horrified friends immediately called an ambulance as the young men who had gate-crashed the party ran off , Cork Beo reports.

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"The level of support from the general public has been absolutely crucial," he said.

"People, especially young people, were absolutely shocked by this incident and have been giving us the support we need to progress this investigation."

Detectives have spoken to a large number of people who attended the party and received a detailed description of the individual who lashed out at Mr Blair with a knife.

CCTV footage is also expected to place a crucial role in the investigation.

Footage from a number of business premises along the Bandon Road is set to prove critical given how it depicts the movements of various individuals both before and after the fatal attack.

Gardaí have now spoken to three individuals who attended the party and who had interactions with Mr Blair.

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  Appeal for witnesses after man (20s) was doused with petrol and set alight in Cork attack The incident occurred in the early hours of this morning.The incident occurred in the early hours when three assailants assaulted the man in the Dunard estate.

Cork stabbing victim was 20 -year-old student . Cameron Blair was stabbed at the house he lived in on Cork 's Bandon Road. The 100-year-old war wound that came back to bite. Eimear Flanagan. BBC News NI. Man dead after stabbing in Cork city. The victim is believed to be in his late teens or early 20 s.

Mulready-Woods was dismembered and decapitated before his remains were dumped in two locations in Dublin, some 35 miles away from the crime scene in Drogheda, Co Louth. Until that point he had been on a curfew meaning he had to be home before dark, and had largely been observing it.

One of those individuals is a juvenile.

Mr Blair, who was from Ballinascarthy in west Cork, died from a stab wound to the neck despite desperate efforts by doctors at Cork University Hospital (CUH) to save him.

His body has remained at CUH but will be released back to his family later today.

He is survived by his parents, Noel and Kathy and younger brother, Alan.

The young man will repose at his Ballinascarthy home from 10am on Saturday with his funeral service taking place in St Peter's, Church of Ireland in Bandon at 2pm on Sunday.

Following his funeral service, the young man will be buried at Kilbeg Cemetery.

Mr Blair was an accomplished rugby player and athlete, winning several national honours.

He had attended Bandon Grammar School before studying engineering at CIT where he was a second year student.

CIT president, Dr Barry O’Connor, said the entire college was shocked by the tragedy.

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Gardaí in Cork investigating burglary in which a man in his 20 s was attacked in his home, doused in petrol and set alight in the early hours of this morning are appealing fore help from the public. The aggravated burglary has left a father of three in a serious condition in Cork University Hospital.

“The entire CIT community is in shock at the untimely death of one of our students, and in such dreadful circumstances,” he said.

Gardaí have renewed their appeal for anyone with information about the incident last Thursday (January 16) to contact them.

Anyone who was on the Bandon Road in Cork between 8pm and 10pm on January 16 and who witnessed anything suspicious or anyone with dashcam or mobile phone footage is asked to contact Togher Garda Station on (021) 4947120.

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Teenager appears in court charged with killing of student Cameron Blair in Cork .
The teenage boy was charged yesterday evening with the killing of 20-year-old Cameron Blair.The youth, who can’t be named for legal reasons, appeared in court shortly after 9pm yesterday where he was charged with the murder of Cameron Blair at Bandon Road in Cork city on 16 January.

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