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Armagh road tragedy: Keith Morrison to be laid to rest in Tynan on Friday

Keith Morrison funeral

One of the four victims killed in a tragic road traffic collision in Armagh over the weekend will be laid to rest in Tynan on Friday.

Keith Morrison died when the car he was travelling in was involved in a collision along the Ballynahonemore Road in the early hours of Sunday morning (March 24).

Marina Crilly, Emma Mallon and Philip Mitchell also lost their lives in the crash.

Keith, from Breaghey Road, Tynan, Co Armagh, has been described as the beloved son of Alwyn and Lisa, loving brother of Denise, Georgina, Emily and Melanie, step son of Christine Wright, dear grandson of Pam and Debra.

A family death notice stated that all are welcome to the family home from 10am on Wednesday, March 27.

His funeral service will take place on Friday, March 29 at 12noon in Lislooney Presbyterian Church, Tynan, with committal afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

Family flowers only. Donations in lieu if desired for Air Ambulance NI c/o any family member or Dominic Muldoon Funeral Director.

“Lovingly remembered by his sorrowing family and entire family circle.”

Speaking in the Council chamber on Monday night, UUP Alderman Gordon Kennedy said he knew several of the young victims, including Mr Morrison.

“I knew Keith personally, many a night he sat at our kitchen table. The Crilly family lives less than a mile from me. The Mitchell family is about two miles from me. I didn’t know the young girl Emma, but I knew two very well and the third family I went to school with his father.”

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