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Farm Safety Week

Mon, 16 July 2018

Farm Safety Week

Eleven people have lost their lives in farm accidents so far this year. Today marks the start of Farm Safety Week, and this morning Geraldine Donohue joined us to share her tragic story of losing her young son Declan in a farm accident in 2015.

Geraldine and her family found support through bereavement charity Embrace Farm, and they are now campaigning for more supports to be made available to families who have lost loved ones in farming accidents. 

Also on ths couch was Brian Rohan, Co-founder of Embrace Farmwatch below:

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