Final survivor of the Berkeley balcony collapse arrives home to Ireland
Hannah Waters arrives home to Dublin
Published 22/09/2015 | 22:09
The final survivor of the Berkeley balcony collapse has arrived home to Ireland.
Hannah Waters (21), from Castleknock, Dublin, returned home to the capital on Tuesday.
Ms Waters survived the tragic incident which killed six of her fellow students and friends in Berkeley, California in June of this year.
She was one of seven students seriously injured in the tragedy. The six other injured students arrived home to Ireland in recent weeks and months.
The Irish Consulate in San Francisco marked the day by posting an image of Seamus Heaney's Postscript Poem on their official Twitter account.
The image was accompanied by a picture of an Aer Lingus flight leaving San Francisco.
A postscript for Berkeley as the last of our students heads home. Our hearts caught off guard & blown open. Godspeed. pic.twitter.com/hACWWHR2C6— Irish Consulate W US (@IrelandSanFran) September 22, 2015
They wrote: "A postscript for Berkeley as the last of our students heads home.
"Our hearts caught off guard & blown open. Godspeed."
Niall Murray, another survivor of the Berkeley balcony collapse, arrived home to Dublin last Wednesday.
Five Irish students, Lorcán Miller, Eimear Walsh, Eoghan Culligan, Niccolai Schuster and Olivia Burke and American student Ashley Donohoe died in the incident on June 16.