RNLI Hope Lessons Can Be Learned From Buncrana Tragedy
The RNLI say they hope some lessons can be learned from the Buncrana pier tragedy inquest.
The two day inquest heard a number of measures that may help people should their cars end up in water.
One was to provide a tool to cut seatbelts and break windows with every car sold.
John McArthur, Operations Manager with Lough Swilly RNLI, says even he learned something new at this week's inquest:
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