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Laois County Council to open book of condolences to the victims of Creeslough tragedy

As a mark of respect to the victims of the Creeslough Tragedy in Donegal, a book of condolences will be opened on Tuesday in the Laois County Council offices.

Members of the public who may wish to sign it can do so from 10am on Tuesday, October 11.

“Laois County Council would like to express deepest condolences to the victim’s families and friends at this very difficult time,” said the Council in a statement.

The names and photographs of the 10 people who lost their lives in theexplosion at an Applegreen service station were released yesterday. Among the victims were adults, teenagers, and a five-year-old girl.

Books of condolences are being opened across the country today in tribute to the victims.

An Post and Irish Red Cross have announced donations can be made to help the stricken community at all post offices across the country starting today.

A man in his 20s remains in a critical condition at St James’s Hospital in Dublin.

Seven other surviving people continue to receive treatment in Letterkenny University Hospital and remain in a stable condition.

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