Antrim school brings in counsellors following slurry pit death

A Co Antrim school has brought in trained counsellors to help children and staff cope with the death of an eight-year-old boy.

Robert Christie was overcome by slurry gases at a farm near Dunloy at the weekend.

His father, Bertie Christie, remains critically ill in hospital.

Tributes have been paid to Robert, whose two sisters, Isobel and Alison, also attend Knockahollett Primary.

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