Irish News
 
Claire Simpson
Northern Ireland news
THE body of a man who went into the River Lagan in Belfast city centre was recovered on Sunday evening. Rescue teams searched the water on Friday night, Saturday and most of Sunday until the discovery was made using sonar equipment.

 
 

                 

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