One of the young girls who died in a terrible car accident on the way to their school prom was held in her father’s arms as she died. Kiea McCann, who was 17 years old, and Dlava Mohamed, who was 16 years old, died when the car they were in crashed into a tree.

On Monday just before 7 p.m., a single-car crash on the N54 near Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, killed one person. Irish Mirror says that Kiea’s father, Frankie, found the crash site soon after it happened and held his dying daughter while rescue workers came.

The Largy College students were on their way to a Debs ball at a nearby hotel. This is an end-of-the-year party. Gardai think the car went off the road because it was slippery and wet.

The driver, a friend in his 60s who gave them a ride, was rushed to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, where he is currently fighting for his life. A girl who is 18 years old was taken to Cavan General Hospital. At first, she was said to be in serious condition, but now she is in stable condition.

Another passenger, a boy who is 18 years old, is being treated at Cavan General for injuries that are not life-threatening. He is expected to make a full recovery.

The parents of Kiea said that their daughter and her friends met at their house before going to the party. Frankie told the Irish Independent, “Before they left, the house was full of excitement.” It was going to be a great night because we had food, Champagne, and flowers.

Kiea and Dlava had been best friends for years, according to her mother Teresa. “She was nice to everyone,” she said. All young people will find it hard. Hard on everyone who knows you.”

Loved ones of the girls have been supported by family, friends, and people in the area. People lined the streets outside of a house in Clones where Dlava’s family lives. Dlava’s father is coming home from Germany to be with his family.

Saddened by the loss of her “strong and beautiful” sister, Kiea, Shaunice posted a heartfelt homage to her online. “I really don’t know what to say,” she admitted. As your younger sister, you have my deepest condolences.

“I am at a loss for words to express what I am experiencing. If you weren'”t in my life, I wouldn’t know what to do with myself”. It is entirely beyond my ability to fathom what is going on, as well as how something like this could have happened to you.

“I just want you to know how much we all love you. I would do anything to have you here with me one last time so I could tell you I love you and need you.

“We lost you too soon. Your life was just getting started, and now you can’t enjoy it. You were such a strong, beautiful, thoughtful, and loving girl, but you had a very hard head. I wouldn’t change a thing about you, though.

“Take it easy, princess, and keep an eye on us. I’ll never forget you or how much fun we had together. You are very important to me, and that won’t ever change. I’ll never understand why life is so unfair that it took someone as special as you away from it. I’ll always love you.”

Heather Humphreys, who is the Minister of Social Protection and a local politician, said, “It’s every parent’s worst fear because no one expects to get that phone call. Last night, one of the parents was at the football game when she got the call to leave. It’s just shocking to think that any child could have this happen to them.

“Today is a very, very sad day in Clones. There’s a cloud over the town, and everyone is sad and numb because of what happened last night. It’s a terrible tragedy, and we’re thinking and praying for the families who lost loved ones and for the families and children who go to this school.

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