Registered in Ireland: Latest: A teenager who witnessed a crush outside a St Patrick's Day disco has said it was the most frightening moment of her life, after three people were confirmed to have died. Police said it appeared that people had fallen and then been fatally injured, but are still investigating the cause.
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These are external links and will open in a new window. Three teenagers have died after reports of a crush at a St Patrick's Day party at a hotel in Cookstown, County Tyrone. The police said a large group of young people had been waiting to get into a disco at about GMT.
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Police Service of Northern Ireland on the scene at the site of the Tyrone disco. The crush of young people left some involved pinned to the ground for 20 minutes. Those killed have not yet been identified but it has been revealed the victims were two boys aged 16 and 17 and one girl, also aged
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One parent told the Tipperary Star that shortly after dropping her daughter and friends to the event, she was passed by an ambulance on route to the disco to treat a number of teens who had consumed large amounts of alcohol. Witnesses also reported that teenagers were engaging in sexual acts openly outside the venue and the Tipperary Star also understands that a number of fights broke out amongst the crowds during the night. Meanwhile organisers of the ball have dismissed claims of inappropriate behaviour by those in attendance saying no alcohol was served at the venue and security personnel were in place but did admit that some of those attending had consumed alcohol prior to the event.