Tributes have been pouring in for the Galway Crash teens victims. Lukas Joyce,14 and Kirsty Bohan died tragically though a car crash outside of the Headford township.
The teenagers possibly crash on a tree on the narrow stretch of the road as it has been reported that it had rained heavily.
The first ever pictures of the two have emerged even sending the grief to another level.
The pictures were released by their school, the Presentation College with candles lit infront of the pictures of the teens.
There have been a heavy downpour of tributes for the teens who perished in that unfortunate accident.
Most of the tributes have been pouring online for the two, who are said to be friends.
One person wriote: “Rest easy Kirsty ye will be missed.” One tribute which was directed to Lukas read:”Fly high bud, you will be missed.”
Lukas, who was a front seat passenger died instantly while Kirsty who was at the back seat with one other died at the hospital.
The driver of the car is a 14 year old boy who was taken to hospital. He was taken to hospital with injuries that have been described as serious.
There was a school Board of Management emergency meeting on Monday to discuss the tragedy and the “implementation of a Critical Incident Plan”.
Cllr Mary Hoarde, who one of the person’s who attended the meeting said: “We want to offer the sympathies of the community to the families of the two people who have lost their lives.
“We’re there as a community to support them through the very difficult and dark days that lie ahead.”
There are reports that as of Monday evening, some family members were yet to inform of the tragedy that involved their children.
Local councillor Andrew Reddington also spoke about the unfortunate incident to IrishMirror saying:
“As a community we’re all thinking of the two families who’ve lost their loved children,” he said.
“There’s a dark cloud over the community in the Headford area. Each and every person is thinking of the families of the young persons who lost their lives last night and are praying for the people that are in hospital.
“As a community we will rally together to support the families but ask for everyone to respect the families who need to grieve the loss of their children.”