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Half an hour later, she received a phonecall from her brother Joshua.
She told the hearing: 'I got a feeling something wasn't right.'Joshua then told Ms James there had been an incident in Buncrana and that a car had gone into the water, but it was not clear who was in there.
The bereft woman who lost her mother, partner, sister and two little boys in the Buncrana drowning tragedy told an inquest how she knew something was wrong the moment she got a phone call alerting her to the tragedy.
Louise James told the hearing that she had last seen her family on Friday, March 18, when her partner Sean Mc Grotty and the two boys had left her at a friend's house ahead of a hen weekend in Liverpool.
It later came to light his partner Ms James was suing the council after claiming the slipway at the pier should have been closed to the public. But legal experts are skeptical she will have a case.She was at the airport travelling back from the weekend when the incident took place.Ms James told the inquest how minutes before the tragedy, she spoke on the phone with her tragic sister Jodi Lee who said the boys were playing in a playpark on the shorefront in Buncrana.Ms Knox has controversially lodged a claim for 'loss of earnings' as a result of the accident.
She sent a letter claiming compensation to the Mc Grotty family - although her sister today claimed that she is suing the local council.
It’s so hard to imagine that the older section was probably once as ‘populated’ with stones as the new section. I have a book which deals with the Clew Bay archaeological Train and in that book it says that this graveyard is unusual because it has Protestant and Catholic burials.