An update on the state of the players hurt in yesterday’s bus fall event was provided by Enniskerry GAA.
In response to the event that resulted in nine people being sent to the hospital, the club posted a statement online.
Around 6.30 p.m. on Saturday in the village of Enniskerry, County Wicklow, nine people were hurt when they fell from the top of a lorry.
The celebrants can be seen leaping around and hoisting a trophy in the video before they fall off the back of the truck.
Even though some squad members will need surgery, Enniskerry GAA today verified that none of the injuries sustained in the incident were life-threatening.
In a Facebook post, a spokesperson stated: “A quick update; yesterday evening on what was to be a long awaited day of celebrations, unfortunately, an accident occurred in the village as the men’s team celebrated their JBFC win resulting in 9 members of Enniskerry GAA team being admitted to St Vincent’s and Tallaght Hospital.”
“Thankfully all the lads are doing ok, 3 were sent home in the early hours of this morning, another 2 have been sent home earlier today with another expected this evening leaving 3 remaining in Vincent’s. No injuries are life threatening however some do require surgery.”
“Although it was under the worst circumstances we ever could have imagined, last night proved what a great village and community we have around us. We have many thanks to pay which we will do in the coming days but for the moment we would ask for respect and privacy for all involved.”
“On a brighter note, we cannot forget the reason why the team was celebrating last night. In the last four years, this team has reached three finals and one semifinal, losing three of the four matches by just 1 point.”
“Yesterday we saw our black & amber army beat Avoca by 6 points to finally take home that championship cup to our village.”
“Thankfully all injured will pull through this and the team are under strict instructions from Barto to make sure they finally have a drink out of that cup later this evening!!”