Today Marks One Year Since Rescue 116 Crash
A special mass takes place this morning to mark one year since Rescue 116 crashed off the Mayo coast.
All four crew members were killed when the helicopter went down near Blackrock Island in the early hours of March 14th 2017.
Late last night, up to 100 people attended a vigil to remember Dara Fitzpatrick, Mark Duffy, Paul Ormsby and Ciaran Smith.
Local Superintendent Tony Healy says the tragedy had a huge impact on the community:
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