A spokesman said: "Owing to forecast heavy storms that can cause waves to over-top the exposed sea wall at Dawlish, CrossCountry services will not operate between Newton Abbot and Exeter St Davids between the start of service and approximately 12.30 on Thursday 13 December. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/flood-alert-part-devon-coast-2322612
I don't do Eyes of Dawlish. Can someone post up what his sister has said. There has been no press release from the Police.
There is a thread on Eyes of Dawlish concerning this matter. Sharon O'Sullivan posted about 19 hours ago ".........It's not good news . RIP Keiron. We are heart broken".
There is a lot of speculation surrounding Keiron. As I do not have faebook, can someone who does look on face book and find it. I have just been told that it is on facebook posted by his sister.
It appears that Keiron was found dead. It also appears that his sister has placed it on facebook. As I do not have facebook, I can't see it.
It has not been confirmed whether dead or alive, but they have found Keiron on a beach near Bournemouth. I will let everyone know when it is confirmed one or another.#unless of course it comes from another source.
Some trains between Exeter and Plymouth have been cancelled because of high tides at Dawlish. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/trains-cancelled-because-high-tides-2318276
A person unamed was relying on the street CCTV that may have given some indication as to which way Keiron went or if he went with anyone else. Will that person's hopes be dashed?
It was a busy night in South Devon for police, with several incidents taking place in Teignmouth, Dawlish and Totnes. In Dawlish, a drunk man was spotted running in and out of the road and chasing cars. Officers caught up with him and RDO Lisa Burnett said they gave “strong words of advice and sent him on his way.” Read more... ...
And there is now (so I am told) a third person who is a friend of Keiron O'sullivan. His first name is Chris, both have mental health problems.