Lewis Fleming Death – Heartful recognitions have been paid to a mainstream and active Co Antrim adolescent who kicked the bucket following a mishap while on vacation with his family.
Lewis Fleming, from Ballymoney, was remaining in Co Wicklow when it is comprehended he was lethally harmed following a fall at Powerscourt Waterfall on Wednesday, August 5.
Gardai are exploring the occurrence which they are treating as a terrible mishap.
The Coleraine Grammar School understudy was depicted as a “dazzling student” who contributed colossally to class life.
Director David Carruthers revealed to Belfast Live he had “almost certainly that Lewis would have developed into a fine youngster with an incredible future in front of him” and said the entire school network was crushed.
“Lewis was a dazzling student, going to enter Year 12, who contributed immensely to class life in the study hall, on the rugby field, the sports track and in the pool,” he said.
“I have most likely that Lewis would have developed into a fine youngster with an extraordinary future in front of him. Lewis had a wide friend network, an extraordinary feeling of fun and will be painfully missed by everybody.
“I for one saw Lewis as a drawing in, charming understudy who was consistently glad to have a visit. This is a genuine misfortune and an awful misfortune for Lewis’ entire family and for our school network. Our musings and supplications are with Lewis’ family at this lamentable time.”