Young Irish woman missing in France
A major appeal has been launched into the disappearance of a young Irish woman in the south of France.
Eimear Noonan originally from Co Clare has been living in France and hasn't been seen in four days.
She has been living in Annonay, around 75km south of Lyon, and working at a local school.
She has not been since Wednesday, and had not informed work she would be absent.
She is not believed to have a purse or ID on her.
Friends and family members have taken to social media as part of efforts to help find Eimear.
The Department of Foreign Affairs says it is aware of the case and is providing consular assistance to the family.
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