First Irish death from Coronavirus Email Advertisement Previous articleLimerick man gets four life sentencesNext articleGood Stuff: Tumbledown – ‘Chink In My Armour’ Editor TAGSCaherdavindrowningfeaturedfull-imageKilkeelifeguardspostmortem RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Post Show | Kilkee prepares for Summer Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Limerick Post Show | Kilkee is open for business Print Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Linkedin The Irish Coast Guard rescue helicopter airlifting the man to Limerick University Hospital after transfer from an ambulance crew inside Kilkee GAA Grounds on Sunday evening.GARDAÍ are awaiting the results of a postmortem carried out earlier today on the body of a man in his seventies from the Caherdavin area of Limerick city who taken from the sea in Kilkee on Sunday evening.He was spotted face down in the bay shortly before 6 pm as hundreds of holidaymakers looked on in disbelief. Lifeguards pulled him from the water and began CPR.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Volunteers from the local unit of the Irish Coast Guard gave assistance while paramedics requested the HSE’s air ambulance to attend but it was involved in another incident in Co Offaly.The Shannon-based Irish Coast Guard helicopter attended the incident instead and the man was airlifted to Limerick University Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later. NewsLimerick swimmer dies after Kilkee incidentBy Editor – July 8, 2013 917 No vaccines in Limerick yet Shannondoc operating but only by appointment
The court recommended an P18,000 bail bond for her temporary liberty./PN ILOILO City – Charged with swindling, a woman was nabbed on Delgado Street, City Proper. Police identified her as 30-year-old Lovely Pearl Delos Santos of Barangay Jalandoni-Wilson, City Proper. The suspect was taken to the municipal police station. Officers of the Sapian municipal police station in Capiz staged Delos Santos’ apprehension on the strength of an arrest warrant around 8:20 a.m. on June 22, a police report showed.
Former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn has warned Mario Mandzukic he is not indispensable after the Croatia forward was left out of the squad for the Bundesliga champion’s first game of 2014.Mandzukic’s name was surprisingly absent from the teamsheet when Bayern faced Borussia Monchengladbach in the club’s last encounter.Instead, Mario Gotze played in attack, opening the scoring in a 2-0 win, while Mandzukic was left behind in Munich.With Robert Lewandowski arriving from Borussia Dortmund, the Croatian may find his opportunities limited even further next season, but Kahn believes that is the normal destiny of a Bayern Munich striker.”Just look in the past and you’ll see that Bayern strikers often only have a short shelf-life,” he told the Bild newspaper.”Even when they score lots of goals, they get swapped, and Mario Mandzukic risks the same fate. “Everybody at Bayern is dispensable, particularly the strikers.”Mandzukic has been linked with a move away from Bayern, with Italian side Juventus reportedly monitoring events across the Alps.