Ios Greece Death – Two Leaving Cert cohorts have died while on vacation in Greece, in a “staggering misfortune” for their previous optional school.
St. Michael’s School in Dublin affirmed the passing of a subsequent understudy, Max Wall, only hours after news arose of the death of the previous understudy Andrew O’Donnell (18).
In a proclamation this evening, St. Michael’s said: “On a day of monstrous trouble for the school, we have been told of one more obliterating misfortune from the class of 2023, with the death of Max Wall.
“Max was a steady wellspring of energy, support, and a good time for those around him. He was very famous with staff and understudies the same and a phenomenal ally of our groups during the different cup crusades (as well as an extraordinary sibling to a past student, Charlie).
“Our considerations are with Max’s family at this dreadful time and with his companions who have encountered such stunning misfortune throughout recent hours.
“Our school staff are accessible to talk with and help any understudies who might want to associate throughout the next few long periods.”
It is figured out that Mr. Wall passed on today.
Mr. O’Donnell and Mr. Wall were on vacation with companions on the Greek island of Ios.
Mr. O’Donnell had been absent for over 24 hours before his body was found by a bluff.
His previous school honored Mr. O’Donnell this evening: “We have learned of the sad passing of Andrew O’Donnell, an person from our as-of-late graduated class of 2023.
“Andrew was a famous cohort and companion as well as a glad and serious football crew part. He was caring to people around him, genuine in his undertakings in general, and an extraordinary sibling to Rory (Change Year).
“Andrew will be profoundly missed by all who had the joy of knowing him.”
The school added that its thoughts were with the young man’s loved ones at a “very troublesome time”.He cared for people around him and was genuine in his general undertakings
St. Michael’s understudies are being associated with help administrations inside the school because of the lamentable loss of a companion.
“The Branch of International Concerns knows about the case and is giving consular help. Likewise, with every single consular case, the division doesn’t remark on the subtleties of people cases,” the representative told the Irish Free.
Leinster Rugby said its considerations were with the groups of the two young fellows.
“Considerations with the families and companions of the young fellows gone very soon
“Take care of one another and hold your friends and family that smidgen tight.”
This is the third case in the beyond seven days wherein a youthful Irishman lost his life while holidaying in Greece.
Rory Deegan (22), from Cullohill in Co. Laois, passed away last Sunday in Zakynthos after his body was tracked down in a pool. Mr. Deegan was shipped to the medical clinic, where he was subsequently declared dead.
His death caused massive shock and misery in his neighborhood and among his numerous companions at the Mechanical College of Shannon in Limerick City.