Search resumes for body part spotted in water near Ardnacrusha

Search resumes for body part spotted in water near Ardnacrusha

The search for a body part will resume in Ardnacrusha, Co. Clare today.

It's after a motorist reported seeing an arm sticking out of the water under a bridge near Ardnacrusha power station at around 4:30pm yesterday.

Kilaloe-based coastguard members are expected to continue their search of land and water this morning.


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