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Arlene Foster voices sadness at man’s jetski death in Fermanagh

A man’s body was recovered from the River Erne on Saturday afternoon, police said.

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First Minister Arlene Foster has expressed her sadness following the man’s death (Niall Carson/PA)

First Minister Arlene Foster has expressed her sadness following the man’s death (Niall Carson/PA)

First Minister Arlene Foster has expressed her sadness following the man’s death (Niall Carson/PA)

First Minister Arlene Foster has expressed her sadness following the death of a man in an incident involving a jetski in Co Fermanagh during the Easter weekend.

A man’s body was recovered from the River Erne at around 3.40pm on Saturday, police said.

Ms Foster tweeted: “Very tragic news coming from Fermanagh today. My condolences to the family at this devastating time.”

Emergency services attended the scene close to the Cloonatrig Road at Bellanaleck.

A police spokesperson said the man’s death was not being treated as suspicious and a post-mortem examination will take place.

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