Zoey Coffey, 18, was one of four people killed when the car they were in struck a wall in Clonmel on August 25th.
Zoey Coffey Car Accident: The family of an Irish teenager who died in a car crash that also killed three other people has laid her to rest.
The funeral of 18-year-old Zoey Coffey took place today in the town of Clonmel, in County Tipperary, eight days after she was involved in the crash that claimed four lives.
Zoey, her two 18-year-old friends Nicole Murphy and Grace McSweeney, along with 24-year-old Luke McSweeney, died when the car he was driving crashed as they headed to meet friends to celebrate their exam results.
Zoey Coffey Funeral
Ms. Coffey’s funeral mass got underway at 11.30 am at St Peter and Paul’s Church in Clonmel, where the joint funeral for her friend Ms McSweeney and her brother Luke took place just yesterday.
The students of Presentation Secondary School formed a guard of honor as Zoey’s pink and white coffin was carried into the church this morning.
Zoey Coffey, one of the four young people who died in a crash in Clonmel, Co Tipperary last week, was a “wonderful friend” who was about to “fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher”.