Books of condolences opened around the county

By Esther Hayden

Published 17/11/2015 | 00:00

Tom Enright, CEO, Wexford County Council; Cllr Tony Dempsey chairman of Wexford County Council and Cllr Ger Carthy, Mayor of Wexford sign the book of condolence at Wexford County Council.
Tom Enright, CEO, Wexford County Council; Cllr Tony Dempsey chairman of Wexford County Council and Cllr Ger Carthy, Mayor of Wexford sign the book of condolence at Wexford County Council.

Books of condolences for the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks in which at least 129 people were killed and more than 200 were injured have been opened across the county.

Yesterday (Monday) books of condolences were opened at Wexford County Council, Gorey Library and Mooney's Pub on Wexford Quay. A book of condolences was also opened at the Wexford People office in Rowe Street, Wexford. A candlelit vigil and minute's silence was held in New Ross last night.

All books will be presented to the French Embassy.

A number of Wexford people were in Paris at the time of the attacks but escaped injury.

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