Missing woman in Ballyvaughan area

Mar 28, 2011   //   by Caitriona   //   Callouts  //  1 Comment

Doolin Coast Guard was tasked on Monday evening to assist Ennistymon Gardaí in the search for a missing local woman. Teams assembled on that evening and carried out searches of both Pier areas, shores and other land areas. The local SARDA search dog team also searched large  areas of woodland and scrub.

The search commenced the following day with Doolin Coast Guard unit covering  roads , tracks, shores, field and scrub  in the village area and beyond.The Doolin boat carried out searches during the day and the Shannon Coast Guard Rescue helicopter searched over many areas. Large numbers of local people are assisting with the search. Air scenting Search Dogs teams from SARDA Ireland carried out searches of large areas again that evening and night and a trailing dog from Irish Search Dogs carried out searches of a number of areas. Killaloe Coast Guard and Kilkee Coast Guard members also assisted with the search.

The womans body was discovered at Fanore beach on 31st March.

Incident 07/11

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  • A note of thanks to Mattie, Caitriona (Jarlath) and the whole team. Alan and friends (I.S.Dogs).

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