Liberty Party Chairman, Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa, has accepted the resignation of Margibi County Representative Roland Opee Cooper from the party, following the fighting incident that occurred between him (Cooper) and another lawmaker in chambers at the House of Representatives last week.Rep. Cooper’s resignation is in compliance with an earlier call upon him by the party executives to resign or be expelled.Opee Cooper is expected to be suspended from the Legislature for at least three months without pay for attempting to molest Speaker J. Alex Tyler. Rep. Cooper is also accused of having assaulted Bong County District # 6 Representative Adam Bill Corneh, who tried to stop him.It all started last Thursday, while Speaker Tyler was announcing the new chairs, co-chairs and members of the statutory and standing committees. Rep. Cooper allegedly attempted to bully the Speaker, but slapped Rep. Corneh in the face, when he (Corneh) obstructed him.The physical attack claimed the immediate attention of fellow Representatives as Corneh, who according to some of his peers, suffers from high blood pressure, fell back into his seat and his colleagues took papers to fan him as he lay helpless.Speaking yesterday at the Liberty Party Headquarters in Monrovia, Chairman Koffa noted that Representative Cooper never wanted to follow the due process of the party by going through suspension or other factors but sent in his resignation letter to the party.“We wish him well in all that he does. The party did not carry on any investigation of the matter but we have accepted this letter with our hearts.”The Liberty Party chairman said the Party accepts the resignation of their former lawmaker of Margibi County Roland Opee Cooper, saying that they make no opinion on his cause of resigning.According to the chairman, the party’s regulation states that anyone caught with misconduct should be brought to the party for suspension by the chairman and be turned over to the Executive Committee.Cllr. Koffa described the resignation of Representative Cooper as a great loss to the party but added, “Equally so, the party will not endorse any misconduct from any of its members. I cannot protect anyone who misbehaves all in the name of protecting a seat,” Chairman Koffa said.He asserted that the party will not go further to investigate Cooper’s case of misconduct at the Legislature because he has already resigned and is no more a member of the opposition Liberty Party.“The party expects all its members to conduct themselves orderly and in a good manner that represents the party,” he said.Meanwhile, Cllr. Koffa also disclosed that for the upcoming 2017 Presidential elections the Liberty Party needs a standard bearer that will come from the party. The party will not recruit any new member that will not have the party at heart but just wishes to come and gain political power.He noted that Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine retired as the political leader of the opposition Liberty Party; adding: “He did not resign from politics or Liberty Party.”“Bruskine has the right to run because he is a political animal in the Liberty Party.”Chairman Koffa at the same time disclosed that preparations are underway for the party to launch what he called “Liberty Hour.”He said the Liberty Hour will once a month provide a case study on how the party will continue its normal political activities.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Atty. Miller Catakaw speaks with Imam Mustapha Blade of the 17th Street Mosque in MonroviaAlvin WorziMontserrado County District #9 Aspirant Miller Catakaw has distributed rice and cash totaling LD$60,000 to six Mosques in Monrovia. Each received items valued at LD10,000.It was a scene of happiness on Wednesday when Atty. Catakaw made the distribution.The donation comes four (4) days to the end Ramadan, the month-long fasting and prayer of Muslims throughout the world including Liberia.Mosques that benefited from the gift are those in Gbangay, Wroto and Vai towns, Lakpazee, New Matadi, Fiamah, 17th Street and Old Matadi, respectively.In separate presentations, Catakaw lauded the Muslims for denying themselves food and sleep to pray for Liberia as the country approaches the October elections.“We are at a critical junction in our country and prayer is the only thing that can take us through as a country and people,” Atty. Catakaw told the Muslims.He said with the news about the National Elections Commission (NEC) Chairman Jerome Korkoya’s dual citizenship, which is worrisome, it is only God’s intervention that can keep the country stable.He added that “It is time for Liberians to hold together in prayers during these elections.”In response, Imam Mustapha Blade of the 17th Street Mosque praised Catakaw for identifying with Muslims at this period.Imam Blade said Islam is a religion of peace and they have been praying for a peaceful and a violent free election since the beginning of this year’s fasting.Imam Blade asked for Allah’s blessings and direction upon Catakaw, as he contests for the post of representative during the upcoming presidential and legislative elections.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The 20-man squad was confirmed by the Liberia Football Association on Tuesday, November 13, few hours after the Lone Star climaxed their morning training session at the SKD sports complex.(Photo: Anthony Kokoi)National football team head coach Thomas Kojo along with his technical staff has named a 20 member squad to face Zimbabwe on Sunday, November 18, at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex.The Lone Star will be going for a win against the Warriors to keep their hope of CAF2019 qualification alive. The 20-man squad which comprises of both local and foreign players, was confirmed by the Liberia Football Association yesterday, November 13, few hours after the Lone Star climaxed their morning training session at the SKD Sports Complex.Unfortunately, Norwegian-based striker Sam Johnson will not form part of the team after he was ruled out due to injury. Striker Johnson, who scored Lone Star’s lone goal against Congo Brazzaville in their 3-1 loss, was replaced by Barrack Young Controllers forward Fallah Sheriff. LISCR FC goalkeeper Tommy Songo was dropped from the squad and replaced by Barrack Young Controllers’ goalkeeper Ishaka Jalloh.Newcastle United Under-23 midfielder Mohammed Sangare is expected to make his debut for the national team after he was included as one of the foreign-based players.Sangare, who was invited for the previous matches, could not play for the national team due to work permit issue. However, Sunday’s match could see the 19-year-old making his debut after sorting out his work permit issue.Goalkeepers named in the team are Boison Wynney de Souza, Ashley Williams and Ishaka Jalloh.Defenders include Teah Dennis, Joel Johnson Alajarin, Alvin Maccornel, Kemoh Sidiki Kamara, Aloysius Snosie Simujla and Eugene Swen.The midfielders are Anthony Snoti Laffor, Murphy Oscar Dorley, Tonia Tisdell, Sylvanus C. Nimely, Mohammed Sangare, Allen Njie David Tweh and Fallah Sheriff.The strikers are William Jerbo, Kpah Sean Sherman and Sam Kollie.Lone Star are at the bottom of Group G after collecting four points out of four games, while the Warriors are atop of the group with eight points out of four games.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
– security guard choppedFour armed bandits, carrying guns and a cutlass, broke into a teacher’s Canje, Berbice home and robbed her of a quantity of cash and other valuables but not before severely beating her.The incident occurred some time around 01:30h on Tuesday and during the attack, a security guard was also chopped.Guyana Times understands that after attacking the 45-year-old guard, ClaudiusThe Canjie house which armed bandits invaded Tuesday morningAlert, the four men entered the house at Lot 22 Bhudhan’s Housing Scheme, Caracas, West Canje, by breaking open the back door.They then confronted the 43-year-old teacher, Easter Reid, who was home alone at the time.According to the traumatised woman, she was held at gunpoint as the bandits demanded money.“They said where you have the gold and money? I said ‘I don’t have’ and one said: ‘strip, lemme see, strip’ and I started to pull down my dress,” she related.However, one of the other bandits stopped his accomplice. “Don’t bother let the lady strip,” she recalled him saying.The English and Food Preparation teacher told this newspaper that all of the men were masked. She noted that while she was still to properly assess her losses, the bandits made off with jewellery and several digital boxes.“I don’t really wear jewellery, but they took my wedding band, they took another ring I had for my husband, the DVR from security cameras, an E-Networks control box and another box I had for movies,” Reid explained.The woman further recounted that while the one bandit was attempting to sexually assault her, she could hear the bandits beating the guard, adding that she heard “chopping sounds”.She noted that the Police took about 45 minutes to arrive after the initial call.Speaking with this publication, neighbours indicated that when the Police were a few houses away on their way to the scene, the men left the home. Reid corroborated that she heard one of the men saying that the Police were coming before they fled.Meanwhile, the security guard suffered a laceration to the face apparently from a glass bottle that was smashed against him and a chop to the head as well as injuries to the eye.The teacher explained that the guard was employed since February 15.Two persons have since been arrested. The Police are on the hunt for others and are pursuing certain leads.
Hero Caribbean Premier League 2018…After a series of inspections following heavy rain at Warner Park, Umpires Langton Rusere, Gregory Brathwaite and Nigel Dugid and Match Referee Denavon Hayles have decided because of seepage onto the wicket it’s not fit for play and there is no indication that there would have been an improvement before the latest allowable start time.St Lucia Stars Captain Kieron Pollard (left) and Patriots Captain Chris Gayle with match officials on the pitch at Warner Park when the game was officially called offAs a result match 21 of the Hero Caribbean Premier League between St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and St Lucia Stars on Thursday night was called off and both teams have shared the points.The encounter was heating up to be a firecracker since both teams would have been pressing for maximum points to advance to the play-offs. The result meant that the Stars now has five points and move to fifth on the table, one point and place ahead of Barbados Tridents.However, with just one match remaining at the preliminary stage of the tournament they are all but eliminated since the Patriots have moved to seven points in fourth place and still has the option of adding more points. Only the top four teams will advance to the play-offs.The Tridents who get into action tonight still have four matches in hand but could also face elimination if they don’t get back to their winning ways soon.The next match at Warner Park is on Saturday when the Patriots host second placed Trinbago Knight Riders who are on eight points and there is hope that the weather will improve enough to allow a full game.It is the first washed out game for the season and history has repeated itself since there was a similar result last year when the rain came and ended the game abruptly after 8.1 overs of the Stars innings.It is the second home match for the Patriots who end their preliminary campaign after also hosting the Tallawahs and Tridents.
All those totals now exceed the April averages, which Environment Canada lists as 12.7 centimetres of snow, 9.7 millimetres of rain and 20 millimetres of precipitation.More significantly, what’s occurred in the past two days has dramatically changed the monthly precipitation narrative, which had been focussed on a precipitation total of only 0.2 millimetres in the first 15 days.This is now the eighth consecutive month of above average precipitation in this area, and the second year in a row that the April total has more than doubled the monthly average of 20 millimetres.It should also be noted that the aforementioned total does not include what has been, or what will be posted today, and it will now only take 3.4 millimetres to match last year’s total of 45.Advertisement Ten centimetres on Wednesday put to rest an April 22 record of 8.1 centimetres established only five years earlier in 2010.However, the rainfall and precipitation records were not threatened on Wednesday as the totals were posted at 8.6 and 18.6 millimetres, respectively.Both record totals were set in 1994 at 28.9 millimetres, and they are also the one day records for the entire month of April.- Advertisement -More importantly, this week’s shift in the weather has dramatically altered the precipitation total for the month.There were no daily records set yesterday but 6.3 centimetres of snow and 3.2 millimetres of rain combined for another 9.5 millimetres of precipitation.That lifted the month-to-date totals at the airport station to 17.9 centimetres of snow, 23.7 millimetres of rain and 41.6 millimetres of precipitation.Advertisement
*Minor Championship Final*CLG BnaG 2-7 Kilcar 1-9You need certain ingredients to win a Championship, hard work, commitment, work rate, discipline, preparation… and balls, and Connor Gormley showed his were made of cast iron on Saturday as he landed a beauty of a free with the last kick of the game to win the Div 2 Championship Final for Na Galloglaigh. It wasn’t the best of performances by the lads and it looked early on as if nerves had got the better of them for a while against a young yet tenacious and tough tackling Kilcar side. Kilcar got off to the better start and after 7 minutes were 0-2 to no score up before a minute later Na Galloglaigh got a bit of luck to settle the nerves. An effort from Shay Durning landed in the box and Shane McNamee got there just ahead of the keeper to flick home and put Na Galloglaigh in front. A free from Donegal Minor Conor Doherty brought Kilcar level before Gavin Grier put BnaGs noses in front again at the end of the first quarter. Doherty scored two more points from Kilcar before Ryan Mcmahon scored a superb point from wide on the right and it looked like the sides would be going in at half time all square. But instead in injury time Na Galloglaigh got another bit of luck when an high effort from Gormley caused the Kilcar keeper trouble and the umpires deemed the ball had gone over the line to leave the blues in a good half time position 2-2 to 0-5. The second half was a very low scoring affair for the first 20 minutes or so with Kilcar and top but not troubling the scoreboard. It was substitute Kane Barrett who got the first score of the half when he popped over a free after 39 minutes but Kilcar brought themselves right back into the game with a goal after 42. This left just a point between the sides and with 6 minutes left Kilcar went a point ahead to set up for a brilliant finale. Gavin Grier, playing with one leg after receiving a dead calf, showed immense character to struggle on and score a great equaliser with 5 minutes left, and with 3 left they got their noses in front again thanks to another Barrett free. But yet again Kilcar came back, and levelled the game up once again in the 58th minute, and as the game entered injury time the Kilcar men got themselves in front once more and it looked like lights out for Na Galloglaigh. With 2 minutes injury time announced it didn’t look like the boys were going to have time to get another score. But a great block in their full back line fell to another substitue, Ryan Toye, who set Adam Serrinha off on a great run down the field. Adam could have had a couple of frees during this run but the referee played advantage and Adam found Martin Doyle in space and he showed great composure to slot the ball over the bar with only seconds left. The game looked certain to go to extra time before Patrick Ferry won a free just inside the Kilcar 45. Injury time was up at this stage and it was clear to everyone that this would be the final kick of the game. The responsibility fell to Gormley and he made the 40 yard free from the left look easy as he put the ball over the black spot with the sweetest of strikes, with a huge cheer from the large support indicating the kick was good before the ball had even settled in the ballstop nets. Captain Kieran Sheridan ascended the steps at MacCumhaill Park to collect the 3rd trophy for this team which played in four finals this year. It was great for all the boys as the they have all displayed the attributes highlighted in the opening sentence all year, since the very first team meeting in Ray in the second week of January, until Saturday. They have been a pleasure to deal with for Aodh McCormack and his team who also deserve congratulations on this achievement. This is a talented bunch of players and it his hoped they stick together now and progress into Senior football as they have shown they have the ability and attitude to do so, and have been a credit to themselves and their families all year. Team: Gavin McFadden, Odhrán Coll, Kieran Sheridan, Patrick Ferry, Ryan McMahon (0-1), Shay Durning, Cormac Toland, Luke Trearty, Connor Gormley (1-1), Conor Mc Hugh, Adam Serrinha, Ryan Spike Flood, Shane McNamee (1-0), martin Doyle (0-1), Gavin Grier (0-2). Subs: Kane Barrett (0-2) for Flood, Ryan Toye for McHugh, Peter Curran, Hayden Curran, Paddy Mc Carron, Shane Mc Bride, Andreas Afxentiou, Jamie-Lee Blaney, Dane Dunworth, James Mc Callum, Ronan Docherty*Intermediate Championship Quarter Final Replay*CLG BnaG v Aodh RuadhMacCumhaill Park, Saturday @ 5.45pmIn a change to what was released a few days ago the Intermediate Championship quarter final replay against Aodh Ruadh will now take place in MacCumhaill Park at 5.45pm on Saturday 26th. The game will take place prior to the Senior Championship semi final between St Eunans and St Michaels. All support greatly appreciated. *Congratulation*Congratulations to Club Lotto Coordinator Sean McHugh and his wife Sonya on the birth of their son Eoghan recently. We look forward to seeing Eoghan lining out in the blue and navy in years to come!*U16 Ladies*Fanad Gaels 5-7 CLG BnaG 4-10Our U16 girls played out a thrilling draw against Fanad Gaels in Trialough on Tuesday night. The game had everything, played at a high intensity, was very physical and both teams could have had several girls sin binned. Playing with the aid of the breeze Na Galloglaigh girls got out of the blocks really quickly and raced into an early lead but conceded two goals which left them leading by five points at half time, but they also suffered a blow on the stroke of half time with their captain sin binned. The second half was a real battle and they fought for every single ball. Na Galloglaigh led by four points with five minutes left but conceded a sloppy goal and ended up going a point down in injury time but showed great character to work the ball the full length of the field for a brilliant equalising point. Our Ladies now go on to play Carndonagh next week.*Senior Ladies All Ireland Club 7s*Good luck to our Senior Ladies who travel to Dublin for the All Ireland Ladies 7s this weekend. The tournament is being held by the Naomh Mearnog and St Sylvesters sides in the capital. Best of luck to all involved.*U14 Ladies All Ireland Club 7s*Good luck to our U14 Ladies who will also be in Dublin for their All Ireland 7s competition this weekend. Kilmacud Crokes will be the host for this even and best of luck to all the team and management. *MCR Sponsor U8 Jerseys*The Club would like to thank Donall Barrett and MCR for their generous sponsorship of new jerseys for the the U8 and U10 teams. The U8s are seen here wearing the jerseys on their maiden outing at Friday night’s blitz against Letterkenny Gaels. Pictured is MCRs Conall McFadden who is also part of our Minor management team presenting the jerseys to U8 manager Pat Barrett.*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 7-15-19-20. No jackpot winner, 2 match 3 winners, win €35 each. Tracy Peoples and Lorcan Friel. Next weeks Jackpot is €1,100. Don’t forget you can enter the lotto from the comfort of your own home by playing through our own FREE Club App. Usual rules apply, pick 4 numbers per box, €2 and €5 options available. Numbers must be entered before 10pm or else they roll over to the next week. Perfect way for our many supporters and exiles overseas who would like to continue to support their Club.*Training Schedules*Seniors – Tues & Thurs @ 7pm (Pitch)Senior Ladies – Mon & Wed @ 7pm, Sat @ 10am (Pitch)Minors – Fri @ 8pm, Sun @ 10am (Pitch)U16s – Fridays @ 7pm (Pitch)U16 Ladies – Mon & Wed @ 7pm, Sat @ 10am (Pitch)U14 Ladies – Mon @ 5pm (Pitch).U12 Mixed – Wed @ 6pm (Convent Gym)*Underage Coaching*Anyone interested in getting involved in the coaching of underage teams are asked to contact Shaun Paul Barrett on 086-6052169*Lotto Database*Lotto database players are reminded that end of year payments are now due. Anyone wishing to join the lotto database in 2015 can download the standing order form from the Club website or contact Joe McNulty. The benefits of joining the database are:– Full family membership for 2015 included– Entered into every draw every week– Automatically in Christmas hamper draw (One for database members only)– 11 weeks free entry to lotto draw *Lotto Sellers Required*The Club is seeking lotto sellers in the Milford, Ramelton and Rathmullan areas. If you are interested contact Joe McNulty on 086-8547114*Contact Us*For all information and queries contact MilfordDonegalGAA@Gmail.com, follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on www.facebook.com/clgbaile.nangalloglach or see our website www.clgbnag.com*CLG BnaG Club Gear*A selection of club gear is available to order. Photos and prices of these items are on the club website and on the new Team App. Orders can be placed with Agnes Ryan 0868194751Barry McNulty GAA NEWS: CONNOR GORMLEY THE HERO FOR MILFORD MINORS was last modified: September 22nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Sport
The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Chelsea star Andreas Christensen and Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez challenge for the ball in last season’s encounter. smart causal Team news:Newcastle United must do without the suspended Isaac Hayden and the ineligible Kenedy against the Blues but DeAndre Yedlin should return.For Chelsea, Mateo Kovacic could get his first start of the season, along with Eden Hazard.Predicted XIsNewcastle: Dubravka; Yedlin, Lascelles, Clark, Dummett; Ritchie, Shelvey, Diame, Murphy; Perez, Rondon.Chelsea: Kepa; Azpilicueta, Alonso, Rudiger, Luiz; Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic; Willian, Morata, Hazard. Most Popular Premier League News England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won gameday cracker latest Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT possible standings Unfortunately for the Blues, they have lost four of their last five in the north west against the Magpies, which will have new boss Maurizio Sarri sweating on Sunday afternoon.What are the managers saying?Rafael Benitez (Newcastle): “It’s the beginning of the season, so if you don’t learn after two games, then something is wrong.“We have to be sure that they understand what was wrong and also what we did well because we were quite positive in some things.“But I didn’t like the game. I was not happy with the way that things were going on and we had too many problems. But still OK, we got one point. It could have been more, it could have been less.” 2 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade SORRY predicted How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings whoops Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? revealed Maurizio Sarri (Chelsea): “Have we worked on defence this week? Every week.“I am not worried about the defence. When I arrive in a new team usually I have problems with the defensive base for two months, so it’s not a problem.“I am not able to play with five defenders. We are trying to defend by looking only at the ball and if I defend with five defenders I lose metres on the pitch.“I’m not able. I tried it five years ago, but it’s not my way.” Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri talks to his team from the touchline. Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 2 Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Chelsea travel to St James’ Park on Sunday afternoon as they look to capitalise on Manchester City’s draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers.The Premier League champions dropping points would allow the Blues to jump ahead of their title rivals at an early stage in the season. tense silverware
Members of a Ugandan children’s choir have left a heart-wrenching impression on hundreds of Donegal schoolchildren after giving them a snapshot of their tragic lives.A group of 22 orphaned schoolchildren from Wototo arrived in Buncrana where they performed songs and told how they were left alone to fend for themselves.The group were guests of Scoil Iasacain in Buncrana who arranged the trip through the Children’s Trust Uganda. Some of the children, who were aged between 7 and 14, revealed how they are suffering from AIDS and revealed how their parents had either died or abandoned them at birth.School principal Ms Sinead McLaughlin said the visit of the group was the most inspiring thing she has ever witnessed.“It was simply the most amazing thing. Our 650 pupils were just silent as the pupils from Uganda told their often heartbreaking stories.“But it was also amazing to hear their wonderful songs which was a special treat. “It was amazing o watch the children interacting and in the end our pupils were trying to teach their visitors Irish which was an amazing thing to witness.“These children have had it very tough but they were so happy and full of joy. It was great for our pupils to see a different culture and how such hardship can be overcome.“I can safely say it was the most inspiring thing I have ever witnessed in the school. We are now trying to forge links with the choir for the future,” she said.Ms McLaughlin revealed how the children will also be giving talks to adults which she said would probably be much more hard-hitting.“Our pupils got a taste of what other children’s lives around the world. I have to say it really made them think. “We could only allow a certain amount of their story to be told and a much deeper version of what these children have been through will be told to a more adult audience,” she said.The group will be in Ireland for a number of weeks and will perform at various other functions as well as singing at masses in Buncrana and Cockhill tomorrow (Sunday).EndsDONEGAL SCHOOLCHILDREN TOUCHED BY TRAGIC LIVES OF VISITING GROUP was last modified: May 14th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
GARDAI are at the scene of a road crash in Co Donegal this evening.The two-car collision happened close to the entrance of the Lagoon bar in Termon around 7pm.No-one was injured in the incident but Gardai later cleared the road and interviewed motorists and eye-witnesses. The road has re-opened to through traffic and an investigation is ongoing. GARDAI AT SCENE OF CO DONEGAL ROAD CRASH was last modified: August 25th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:car crashdonegalTermon