Children among those honoured for bravely saving others from drowning Clodagh Hayes (centre) who was awarded a bronze medal for bravery after she saved a boy from the river Lee with Krista Valteris (left) and Keisha Moloney from Carlow who were awarded certificates of  bravery after they rescued and saved a boy from a pond. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

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