Investigation Launched After Discovery Of West Cork Fisherman's Body In Donegal
An investigation has been launched following the discovery of a West Cork fisherman's body at Killybegs Harbour in Donegal.
The man who was in his 50s was originally from Cork and worked on board a Cork-based fishing boat that had docked in the port.
He was reported missing around 1pm and his body was found a short time later by the Gardaí and Coastguard.
The Irish Examiner reports that a post mortem will take place later today, however it's believed the man's death is being treated as accidental.
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