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TRAGEDY STRIKES TYRONE FAMILIES

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

TRAGEDY has struck two Tyrone families after two sudden deaths over the weekend.
Aughnacloy farmer Harry McAnespie, 80, lost his life after what is believed to have been an incident with a farm animal at Clogher Livestock Market on Saturday
And Dungannon man Keith Davidson went missing after going out for a cycle on Saturday night, his body being discovered the following day after an extensive search operation.
Tributes have been paid to both men following their deaths.
Dungannon DUP Councillor Clement Cuthbertson said the news of Keith Davidson's passing had "shocked the whole of Dungannon" and he "will be sorely missed by his family and everyone who had the privilege of knowing him".
In a statement issued following his death, Clogher Livestock Market said he was "highly respected in the farming community and his loss will be keenly felt."
Funeral details for both men have yet to be finalised.

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