HOSPITAL CHAPLAIN DIES IN DONEGAL DIVING TRAGEDY

Rev Stewart Jones died in Donegal diving tragedy

Rev Stewart Jones died in Donegal diving tragedy

THE diver who died after a dramatic rescue off the Donegal coast on Saturday was the Rev Stewart Jones.

Minister of Donemana Presbyterian Church. Rev Jones was a married man with three three adult daughters.

Dr Jones died in Sligo General Hospital where he was airlifted after getting into difficulty close to St John’s Point in the Dunkineely area at around 4.30pm.

The minister, who was in his 50s, was a qualified diving instructor with the Professional Association of Diving Instructors and the British Sub Aqua Club as well as an istructor in Emergency First Response.

He is also the Presbyterian Chaplain at Altnagelvin Hospital.

He is the second man to die in the last month whilst diving off the Donegal coast.

A 42-year-old Polish national, who had been living in Cork, died after an incident during a technical dive off Malin Head on 15 June.

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