Kilcorney man David Nolan and his fiancée Katie Healy, who survived the November terrorist attack on Paris venue the Bataclan Theatre, have paid tribute to the Parisians who helped them in the aftermath of the atrocity, describing them as “fantastic people”.
In a heart-rending interview on Saturday’s Marian Finucane Show on RTÉ Radio 1, the newly engaged couple recounted the events of Friday November 13 and the days that followed.
They also talked about evacuating from the Shelbourne Hotel during a fire alarm and how difficult life gets when you’re disabled (more).
The podcast is from the RTÉ website here (or here as an mp3), and the interview starts at 3:06 in the audio. It is reported by RTÉ news here.
Our thoughts & prayers with the Kilcorney man who played role in safeguarding the lives of his girlfriend and others, during the haenous attacks in Paris last Friday. They were attending the concert in the Bataclan Theatre when terrorists entered the hall and sprayed gunfire into the crowd. Unfortunately he was injured, and remains in hospital, where he is stable, and has his family at his side. We sincerely hope that hope he makes full and speedy recovery.