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PSNI Chief Inspector Clive Beatty said the woman's husband dived into the lough to search for her. Mr Beatty said the two children were asleep on the boat when their mother fell into the water. "My thoughts are with the family and friends of this young woman from Donegal at this hard time". The Fermanagh South Tyrone MLA also took the opportunity to remind people to stay safe on the water: "As we approach holiday season, I feel that it is important to stress to all users of the Lough that ...
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