24/06/2014

Dublin Man Dies After Falling From A Balcony In Italy

An Irish man has reportedly died after falling from a balcony in Italy.

The 24-year-old, believed to be from Dublin, is thought to have fallen from a balcony at an apartment in the municipality of Naples.

The man was living in the city and working as a teacher.

The Department of Foreign Affairs is providing consular assistance to his family.

(CD/JP)

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