is the worst day of my life THE father of one louis vuitton bags glasgow of the young students killed when a balcony collapsed in California has spoken emotionally of his loss, describing it as "the worst day of his life" Following the louis vuitton neverfull price deaths of the six J1 students, with another seven injured in hospital, the families of the young victims began arriving in Berkeley last night and this morning.
The dead have been named as Eoghan Culligan, Nick Schuster, Lorc Miller, Eimear Walsh and Olivia Burke, all 21 years old and friends from south Dublin, police confirmed. The sixth fatality is Irish American Ashley Donohoe (22), from California, who was with the group to celebrate the 21st birthday of Aoife Beary, who was on a summer work visa. Ashley's parents are understood to be originally from Ireland. She is understood to be a cousin of Olivia Burke. Ashley father, George, said it was the "worst day of his life". He described Ashley as a "fine, vibrant young woman" and said he feels deeply for the families of the other victims. READ MORE: Grieving relatives arrive after six students die on horror balcony crash Eoghan, from Rathfarnham in south Dublin, has been described as a 'life long GAA fan'. He had been a member of the Ballyboden St Enda's club since childhood and played football for its intermediate and junior teams. Ballyboden St Enda's also paid tribute. In a post on their website, the club said: "It is with great regret and sadness that we inform you that Ballyboden St Enda's member Eoghan Culligan was one of the six people who tragically lost their lives in Berkeley, California. "Eoghan has been a member of Ballyboden St Enda's since childhood and was part of the Minor A Championship team that were beaten by Castleknock GAA in the county final of 2011. He continued to play football with both the Intermediate and Junior teams. Eoghan was very popular with his team mates and this tragic news is keenly felt by all members of our Club, but especially by those players and mentors who knew him well. "We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to his parents Gerry Marie and to his brothers Stephen Andrew and to all the extended Culligan family. Berkeley has rallied around grief stricken Irish students and victims families after what Mayor Tom Bates described as "a dark, dark day". UCD student Eimear was working at sushi restaurant Hana Zen with her friend and housemate, Olivia Burke, who was also killed in the incident. Restaurant owner Alvin Louie said Eimear has started working at the restaurant at the beginning of June louis vuitton zip agenda as a hostess and had so impressed her managers with her enthusiasm that she had already been promoted to waitressing. She had worked her first day as a waitress on Monday. "They were great young kids, very enthusiastic, full of energy," he told a local newspaper, "We're all devastated." The President of Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dr Annie Doona, said Olivia had just completed the third year of an entrepreneur and management course, and described louis vuitton bags resale her as "very well respected" Olivia had gone to Canada last year, and this year decided to go to Berkeley where she was working in a restuarant and "was enjoying herself and making friends". READ MORE: Tears, shock and devastation as students and locals unite in grief "South county Dublin is quite a small community, and there was a group already in Berkeley who knew each other, and would have socialised over here," she added on RTE Radio One. The former principal of St Andrews College where Lorcan Miller attended secondary school described the tragic student as one of 'those particularly special young men'. "Lorcan was an exceptional young man, he was a student officer, he won awards nationally and internationally, he was a sportsman, an academic, he wanted to study medicine which he achieved," Arthur Godsil told Newstalk this morning. "But, above all, he was an exceptionally pleasant young man, he had the ability to include and engage people and he had the ability to care, he had such skills in that direction." Tragically, the trauma has not ended as at least two of the injured are in a critical condition and some of those being treated have what are regarded as life changing injuries. The injured students are Hannah Waters, Clodagh Cogley, Niall Murray, Sean Fahey, Jack Halpin, Conor Flynn and Aoife Beary, all aged between 20 and 22. READ MORE: Response: 'A balcony is broke, at least 10 fell' 911 call Not all of the dead and injured were actually on the fourth storey balcony in the Library Gardens complex when it collapsed at 12.40am. Police are investigating the likelihood some of the students fell while trying to save those on the balcony as it gave way. Four of the students died at the scene, one on the way to hospital and another passed away in hospital later in the day. Berkeley police spokeswoman Jennifer Coats described the survivors' injuries as "very serious and potentially life threatening".
The apartment, number 405, was rented out by Eimear, Olivia and Aoife but many of those attending the gathering would have lived close by. The victims are primarily made up of two groups of friends from the Terenure, Rathfarnham and Foxrock areas. Some are past pupils of the well known St Mary's Schools in Rathmines and Loreto in Foxrock.
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