The unfortunate incident of Edward Corbell, a young man who tragically drowned in Limerick while fishing, has left the community in shock and grief. As Edward was enjoying a day out with his friends, he accidentally fell into the water. Despite the desperate attempts by his companions to save him, they were unable to do so, resulting in this devastating loss. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the unpredictable dangers that can arise in seemingly innocuous and enjoyable activities, and emphasizes the importance of exercising caution and vigilance at all times, especially around water bodies.
Coventry Evening Telegraph – Tuesday 25 June 1901