VIDEO: The crew of the L.E James Joyce got a hero's welcome in Cork this morning

VIDEO: The crew of the L.E James Joyce got a hero's welcome in Cork this morning

Irish naval vessel the L.E. James Joyce was welcomed home today following its mission in the Mediterranean sea.

VIDEO: The crew of the L.E James Joyce got a hero's welcome in Cork this morning

The crew helped rescue thousands of people fleeing war torn countries as they attempted to gain access to mainland Europe.

VIDEO: The crew of the L.E James Joyce got a hero's welcome in Cork this morning

Since the Government began sending Irish crews to the area more than 10,000 lives have been saved.


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