A book of condolence has opened this morning in memory of the teenagers who tragically died in the Tyrone disco tragedy.
The public can sign the book at The Burnavon arts centre in Cookstown, at Ranfurly House, Dungannon, and at The Bridewell centre in Magherafelt.
The three teenagers whose lives were tragically taken too soon were named as 17-year-old Lauren Bullock, 17-year-old Morgan Barnard and 16-year-old Connor Currie.
— David Blevins (@skydavidblevins) March 18, 2019
Tributes have been pouring in for the three teenagers since the harrowing news of their untimely deaths broke.
The community is said to be completely devastated by the loss of Lauren, Morgan and Connor.
The President of Ireland has expressed his concolences to their families.
— ITV News (@itvnews) March 18, 2019
He stated: “As President of Ireland may I express what I know is the shared grief of the people of Ireland at the terrible loss of life of young students in the tragedy that took place in Cookstown, County Tyrone on St. Patrick’s Day.”
He continued: “May I offer, in particular, my condolences to the families of the victims and to the pupils of the schools in Dungannon that I visited recently.”
Cookstown tonight …. pic.twitter.com/hc9sKrBCZA
— alex thomson (@alextomo) March 18, 2019
The lives of the three teenagers were claimed when large crowds tried to push their way into the St. Patrick’s Day event at the Greenvale Hotel.
The PSNI are carrying out a major investigation.