An online book of condolence for Ashling Murphy has been opened by Dublin's Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the book will be available to sign online and will be open from today until Friday the 21st of January.
All messages of sympathy will be printed and forwarded to the family of Ashling Murphy.
Lord Mayor, Alison Gilliland says: "I was extremely shocked and saddened by the senseless loss of Ashling Murphy. On behalf of the people of Dublin, I would like to extend my heartfelt sympathies to her family, friends, colleagues and those she taught, at this awful time.
"Ashling will be remembered by those who knew her as a wonderful teacher, talented musician and active member of her community. As a society, it is our duty to help build a zero tolerance policy and practice towards gender-based violence. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam."
I have opened an online Book of Condolence to allow people to extend sympathies to the family of Ashling Murphy. It is available until Friday 21 Jan at https://t.co/hCYSjHdnTN. All messages will be forwarded to Ashling's family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam. #shewasgoingforarun pic.twitter.com/JOq70HM9tZ
— Lord Mayor of Dublin (@LordMayorDublin) January 14, 2022
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