'My little girl is now an angel': Tributes paid to teenager who died at Debs in Co Galway  BreakingNews.ie

Tributes have been paid to "angel" Jessica Moore who died after becoming unwell at her Debs in Co Galway on Monday. The 19-year-old student of St ...

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Tributes have been paid to 'angel' Jessica Moore who died after becoming unwell at her Debs in Co Galway on Monday.Tributes have been paid to 'angel' Jessica Moore who died after becoming unwell at her Debs in Co Galway on Monday.

'My little girl is now an angel': Tributes paid to teenager who died at Debs in Co Galway

Jessica Moore will be laid to rest on Thursday afternoon at St Patrick’s Church in Bullaun, Co Galway.Jessica Moore will be laid to rest on Thursday afternoon at St Patrick’s Church in Bullaun, Co Galway.

'My little girl is now an angel': Father pays tribute to teen who died after falling ill at Debs

The heartbroken father of a teenage girl who died after her school's debs ball says her loss has left an "irreplaceable hole" in the family's lives.The heartbroken father of a teenage girl who died after her school's debs ball says her loss has left an "irreplaceable hole" in the family's lives.

'My little girl is an angel,' says father of debs tragedy teenager - Independent.ie

THE DAD of a teenage girl who died after becoming unwell at her Debs has paid a heartbreaking tribute to her online. Jessica Moore, 19, was pronounced dead in hospital after being rushed to hospital from the Gullane Hotel in Ballinsloe Co Galway in the early hours of Monday morning.THE DAD of a teenage girl who died after becoming unwell at her Debs has paid a heartbreaking tribute to her online. Jessica Moore, 19, was pronounced dead after being rushed from the Gullane Hotel…

Heartbroken dad's tribute to 'angel' Jessica Moore as tragic teen pictured in Debs dress

“Rest easy Jess, you’ll never be forgotten”“Rest easy Jess, you’ll never be forgotten”

Dad of Jessica Moore pays heartbreaking tribute to 'angel' daughter after school debs tragedy - Irish Mirror Online