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Co Tyrone’s father of two dies after an accident in Australia

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A father of two from Northern Ireland has died after an accident in Australia.

iden Plunkett Molloy died last Thursday, July 28, in a Brisbane hospital.

Born in Cookstown, it is believed that he lived in the country.

Pomeroy Plunkett’s GAC has extended his thoughts to his sister and the wider family.

“Pomeroy Plunketts sends our sincere condolences to Irene and the Molloy family on the death of Aidan,” the club posted on social media.

“Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time.”

Mid Ulster Councilwoman Kerri Hughes said she had no doubt the community would bring comfort to his grieving family.

“I’m so sorry for the loss of family, it’s tragic,” she said.

“I’m sure it was very difficult considering how far away he was.

“Everyone will think of her and be ready to offer support.”

According to an obituary, he will be missed by many, including his parents, siblings and two children.

“Died peacefully in hospital after an accident,” it says.

“Beloved father of Seamus and Sinéad. Cherished son of Rita and Seamus. Loving brother to Gerard, Irene (McCreesh) and Ita (Brady), also in-laws Joanne, Martin and Conor.

“Deeply regretted by the mother of his children, Susan.

“St. Oliver Plunkett and St. Padre Pio pray for him.

“In loving memory of his children, former spouse, parents, brother, sisters, sister-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins ​​and friends.”

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