Memorial vigil held for American tourist who died whilst on honeymoon following a road traffic collision near the Dark Hedges

A MEMORIAL vigil was held this week near the Dark Hedges one year on from the death of American tourist Michael Monroe who was involved in a road traffic collision whilst on honeymoon.

There is an ongoing campaign to improve safety at a junction at Clintyfinnan.

Posted by Life After on Wednesday, 25 September 2019

 

Councillor Joan Baird, who attended the vigil, said: “We send our deepest sympathy and love to his wife Caroline and mum and dad in USA”.

A message from Michael’s wife Caroline was read out in which she said marrying Michael was the “best day” of her life.

Flowers were laid and a minute’s silence was held.

Pictures: McAuley Multimedia.

Michael Monroe (right) with his wife on honeymoon.
Bob McCallion is one of those campaigning for a stop sign to be put up.
Councillor Joan Baird (third from left) was one of those who attended the vigil.

   

 

 

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