04/11/2011

Tourist's Body Located

The body of a man who fell from a cliff in County Mayo yesterday has been recovered.

The Finnish man is said to have been visiting Ireland and had taken a trip to Achill Island later going missing.

It is now understood that the tourist fell from a cliff at Cloughmore yesterday afternoon.

The Malin Head Coastguard say they have located the body and are attempting to recover it.

(LB)

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