How did Noah McAleese die? Cause of death & Ballymoney accident Explained

On a farm in Northern Ireland, a two-year-old boy was killed after he was struck by a tractor. At Rosepark Farm, close to Ballymoney, Noah McAleese was killed in a “devastating” tragedy on Friday afternoon. Let’s see How did Noah McAleese die and Noah McAleese cause of death and about Ballymoney accident in detail.

How did Noah McAleese die?

Just a few days prior, the toddler who passed away in the shocking agricultural accident that rocked Northern Ireland had just turned two.

Two-year-old Noah McAleese was killed on Friday at Rosepark Farm in Co. Antrim after being run over by a tractor. His death crushed his family and left the neighborhood in a state of numbness.

The tragedy has left the Ballymoney and Dunloy communities inconsolable.

Noah McAleese Cause of death

The toddler, who has been identified as Noah McAleese, was struck by a tractor on Friday at around 12.30 p.m.

Yesterday afternoon, he was brought to the hospital but later died from his injuries. Noah McAleese cause of death has left the Ballymoney and Dunloy communities inconsolable.

Ballymoney tragedy

The incident has caused great sadness in the Ballymoney and Dunloy communities.

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) received a 999 call at 12:32 on Friday, November 11, in response to allegations of a farm incident in Ballymoney, according to an NIAS spokesperson.

A Rapid Response Emergency Paramedic, an Emergency Crew, and an Ambulance Officer were sent by NIAS to the scene.

Unexpectedly, the toddler passed away following an incident at a farm in Ballymoney, County Antrim. According to them, the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council were informed of the person’s passing.

His Second Birthday

At Rose Park Farm in Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, little Noah McAleese passed away on Friday.
The child got a little sibling earlier this year, and six days ago he had just celebrated his second birthday.

The farm went from being a place of joy and happiness to one of misery on Friday. The estate has an award-winning beach that is typically available to the public on Saturdays but was closed yesterday.

Police statement

“The Police Service of Northern Ireland are liaising with the Health and Safety Executive Northern Ireland (HSE NI) and Environmental Health from the Causeway Coast and Glens Council to investigate the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a two-year-old boy in the Bravallen Road area of Ballymoney,” according to a police spokesperson.

They also said local officers were continuing to support the family at this “difficult time”.

Rose Park Farm

Since 1995, the McAleese family has owned Rose Park Farm, a functioning farm that has recently gained popularity as a tourist destination.

In addition to a petting zoo, an enchanted forest, and walks lined with roses, the 70-acre farm recently gained notoriety for its inland beach, The Blue Lagoon, which was made open to the public to cool off in during the summer scorching.

The farm’s website states that “Our family run farm is a excellent place for families, educational and group visits to suit all ages! We’ve recently been named as the Top Family Farm in Northern Ireland by TripAdvisor!”

But when Noah was hurt and later died, the farm was overcome with sadness on Friday afternoon.

His Family shares their grief

The funeral home in Kilrea, McKiernan’s, released the following statement:

“We regret to inform you of the tragic passing of Noah Shea McAleese R.I.P. (Ballymoney & Dunloy). Precious son of Johnny and Corrina and adored brother of Cohen.”

“Beloved grandson of Seamus and Betty and Kieran and the late Rosemary Cassidy. Adored and never forgotten by the entire McAleese and Cassidy family circle.”

“House private please. Funeral Arrangements will be updated when they become available.”

As a grandpa himself, Mervyn Storey, a DUP assembly member, continued, “When I heard of the incident this evening I could only but think as a grandfather myself how unbearable it would be to have to deal with such grief.”

“Words are hard to find in commenting on this tragic incident that has resulted in the death of a little two-year-old boy,” Mr Storey said.

“It is incalculable the sorrow that this family has been plunged into.”

A Beautiful Little Angel

Among the countless accolades that have subsequently flooded social media, tiny Noah has been called a “beautiful little angel,” a “gorgeous child,” and a “wee darling.”

Five days after his second birthday, the toddler who died was identified on Facebook Friday night by McKiernan’s funeral directors, sparking a flood of condolences.

Tributes to Noah McAleese

Family, friends, and local council members have sent their condolences and described the news as sad.

Cuchullain’s GAA club in Dunloy held a minute’s silence before a game against Dungloe on Saturday. Noah’s father played for the club.

“Everyone at Dunloy GA+CC was deeply saddened to hear the tragic news yesterday of the sudden passing of Noah McAleese,” the club said in a Facebook post.

“Noah is the son of our former player Johnny and his wife Corrina. We offer our thoughts and prayers to the entire McAleese and Cassidy family circles at this very sad time.”

Sinn Féin councilor Philip McGuigan statement

The unfortunate loss was described as “devastating” by Sinn Féin councilor Philip McGuigan, who also said, “It’s hard to find words to describe the agony the family must be feeling.”

Dr. Patricia O’Lynn, a North Antrim MLA, expressed sympathy to the child’s family for experiencing “unspeakable heartbreak.”

Councilor Margaret Anne McKillop, the leader of the SDLP group, claimed that the entire region was in shock as a result of the tragic tragedy.

“This is an absolutely terrible tragedy which has reverberated throughout the community here as seen by the huge outpouring of grief and support for those affected. I know people in Ballymoney will rally around this family and help them in any way they can as they come to terms with this unspeakable loss.”

In a Facebook post, local UUP councilor Darryl Wilson stated that the “awful tragedy” had crushed the hearts of the entire town.

He continued “No words can express how we are feeling, our collective hearts, thoughts, and prayers go out to all of those impacted by this devastating loss.”

People have shared their condolences in social media posts.

Denise Madden wrote,

“Absolutely heartbreaking, gorgeous wee boy. Thoughts and prayers for all his family. May he rest in peace 💔🙏”

Elaine Greer wrote,

“Rest in peace darling little boy 💙. Condolences to Noah’s parents, brother and family circle at this time of unmeasurable grief 💔”

Helena McGlinchey wrote,

“Rest in Peace Noah, a beautiful angel, 😢 I truly hope this family finds strength in the coming days, weeks and months ahead. Life can be so so cruel x”

Annemarie O’Neill Mcgahon wrote,

“Such a beautiful wee boy xx
God bless this wee angel and bless his family and friends at this very difficult time
Rest in peace precious Noah 🙏”

We wish him eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to his loved ones, family, friends. May he rest in peace.


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