Kieran Griffin Ballyboden Drowned in La Concha beach Spain, Tribute Given

Kieran Griffin Drowned in Spanish Beach

Kieran Griffin Ballyboden Passes Away at Age 41 – According to local reports from the area, an Irishman who passed away in Spain did so as a result of drowning after going for an early-morning swim after spending the night out with friends.

After it became known that Kieran Griffin, age 41, from Dublin, who was a member of Ballyboden St. Enda’s GAA club, had passed away in an incident while on vacation in Spain, his friends and teammates from the club paid tribute to him. It happened on Friday at the La Concha beach in San Sebastian, when there was an incident.

In a report on the incident that appeared in a local newspaper, the following sentence was included: “It appears that he had gone out that night and taken leave of two friends he was still with about 6 am with the intention of going for a swim in the sea.”

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In addition, it stated, “We have been told that after separating from his friends, he went by his hotel room and left his documentation before going for a swim with just the door key to his accommodation among his belongings.” On Friday morning, somewhere around 8:00 a.m., beach cleaners in the area sounded the alarm.

Despite the presence of emergency personnel, Mr. Griffin was pronounced passed away at the scene of the accident. The hotel key card that was discovered with his luggage allowed the police to locate his buddies and identify him as the person in question.

According to reports from the area, Mr. Griffin’s companions travelled to the shore in an attempt to identify his body, and they were questioned as part of the standard operating protocol.

At approximately 10.30 in the morning, the body of Mr. Griffin was recovered off the shore. There will be a post-mortem examination performed, but the findings are not likely to be disclosed to the general public at this time. Ballyboden St. Enda’s stated the following in a memorial to Mr. Gryphon that was published on Saturday: “It is with great sadness that we inform you that Ballyboden Sta’s member Kieran Griffin tragically lost his life in Spain on Friday, 15th September.”

Kieran has been a member of Ballyboden St. Enda’s since he was a child. He began his athletic career by participating in both hurling and football at a young age. During the year 2000, he competed at the Minor level, and in 2004, he was a member of the Eddie Eagles Junior squad that won the Triple Crown.

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