PIC: Wayne Rooney has just paid tribute to the Buncrana victims
A nice touch in tragic circumstances.
The country is still very much coming to terms with the tragedy in Buncrana on Sunday night (March 20) when a family of five lost their lives after their car fell into Lough Swilly.
Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney has tweeted this message, praying for the victims.
Devastating news about young Mark, Evan & family from Derry. Your support hasn't gone unnoticed. Prayers with family 🙏🏼#rooneyformarkandevan
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) March 22, 2016
Rooney has also retweeted the FA's message of support after Tuesday's terrorist attacks on Belgium.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with our friends at @Belgianfootball and the people of Belgium following today's attacks in Brussels.
— The FA (@FA) March 22, 2016
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