Report into death of coast guard volunteer Catríona Lucas finds boat was not licensed as required

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The report into the death of an Irish Coast Guard Volunteer off the County Clare Coast two years ago has recommended the Minister for Transport review the Irish National Search and Rescue Framework.
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