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US News Limerick student fighting for life after kayaking incident in river near Glencar, Co Kerry

09:05  04 november  2019
09:05  04 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A young student is fighting for her life after the kayak she was in upturned while on a trip with the University of Limerick . Another male student , both believed to be in their 20s, also got into difficulty on a river near Glencar in Co Kerry . A search and rescue operation was launched shortly after

A young student is fighting for her life after the kayak she was in upturned while on a trip with the University of Limerick . Another male student , both believed to be in their 20s, also got into difficulty on a river near Glencar in Co Kerry . A search and rescue operation was launched shortly after

University of Limerick, Ireland. © Getty University of Limerick, Ireland.

A young student is fighting for her life after the kayak she was in upturned while on a trip with the University of Limerick.

Another male student, both believed to be in their 20s, also got into difficulty on a river near Glencar in Co Kerry.

A search and rescue operation was launched shortly after 2.30pm on Saturday in rough river waters near Caragh Lake - part of the Reeks District. 

The young woman, believed to be from Co Cork, was airlifted to University Hospital Kerry.

a sign in a field: University Hospital Kerry (stock image) © Domnick Walsh University Hospital Kerry (stock image)

The other kayaker was taken to hospital in Tralee by ambulance where his condition is described as stable.

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The Kerry community were deeply saddened by the kayaking incident which left two University of Limerick students hospitalised over the The pair, who are both members of UL’s kayaking club, reportedly got into difficulty when their kayaks upturned in a river near the Caragh lake in a remote

A University of Limerick student is said to be in critical condition following a kayaking incident . The pair, who are both members of UL’s kayaking club, reportedly got into difficulty when their kayaks upturned in a river near the Caragh lake in a remote location in Glencar , Killarney due to rough waters.

The two UL students were among a group of 20 others kayaking on the river. 

All of which are members of the University’s kayak club. 

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