A 13- time-old boy has failed after being hit by a ball while” playing typically” during his academy lunch break.
It’s believed the boy was hit by the sliotar, used in Gaelic games, while he was at academy in Ireland on Monday, RTE reports.
The boy was taken from the academy in Co Kilkenny to St Luke’s Sanitarium, where he was latterly pronounced dead.
In a statement, a Garda prophet said”Gardaí are probing the death of a manly child, aged 13 times, following an incident at an academy in Co. Kilkenny, that passed on Monday 8th November 2021.
“The child was taken to St Luke’s Hospital Kilkenny where they latterly passed. A train will be prepared for the Coroner’s Court. In a statement the academy said” St Kieran’s College deeply regrets that a woeful accident happed at noontime history involving a youthful pupil of our academy. The accident passed while the scholars were playing typically.
“This is a terrible tragedy for his family, musketeers, church, and all in our academy community. You’ll understand the need for sequestration at this time.
” Prayers and offers of support have been pouring in and are greatly appreciated.
“Psychologists from the National Educational Psychological Service are present with us in the academy supporting and advising preceptors in their sweats to watch for our scholars at this time.
“The academy continues to be open to parents, to support them, and to offer them advice and guidance.
“Each and every one of our scholars is precious to us – we supplicate for each other moment – May St Kieran is for us a support at this time.”