Woman's body pulled from River Foyle

Woman's body pulled from River Foyle

The body of woman, believed to be from Dublin, has been pulled from the River Foyle in Derry.

A search of the river is continuing this afternoon for a teenage boy who is thought to have travelled north with the woman.

Kieran McKeon, who is 18, and 21-year-old Alexandra O'Brien were last seen alive at a hotel in Derry yesterday - the two friends had travelled to the city from a Dublin hospital.

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