A second body has been found in Cork city

A second body has been found in Cork city

Latest update: 1pm

It is understood a search team looking for missing UCC student Colin Roynane found the body

The body was recovered from the river close to the ESB power station.

Colin was 31-years-old from Rahan, near Mallow.

The body has been taken to CUH for a post-mortem and formal identification.

Latest update: 10.20pm

A body of a man has been found at Kennedy Quay in Cork city.

The discovery was around 9.30am this morning.

Gardaí are at the scene.

This is the second body discovered this morning in Cork city.

Read: Body found in Cork car park this morning

The two incidents are not thought to be related.

More as we get it.


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