Mother-of-two from southeast had travelled to state for attraction successful the past month
The pistillate was 1 of a increasing fig of Irish radical travelling to Turkey for aesculapian procedures. File photograph: Getty
The assemblage of an Irish pistillate who died pursuing a aesculapian process successful Turkey has been repatriated to Ireland with assistance from the Newry-based Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust.
The pistillate who is understood to beryllium a mother-of-two from the southeast portion had travelled to Turkey for a aesculapian process successful the past month.
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