Dublin Crowd Holds a Moment of Silence for Woman Killed While Running

A vigil was held outside government buildings in Dublin, Ireland, on Friday, January 14, for a young woman who was killed while out exercising earlier in the week.

Irish media reported that Ashling Murphy, a 23-year-old school teacher, was exercising along a popular canal-side route in Tullamore, Co Offaly, on January 12 when she was attacked and killed.

The attack happened at around 4 pm, according to police.

Footage from Eoghan Scally shows a large crowd observing a moment of silence during a vigil outside Leinster House, the seat of Ireland’s parliament.

Other vigils were scheduled across the country in the following days. Credit: Eoghan Scally via Storyful

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