Georgia Rowe and Niamh Lafferty
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Bridge deaths inquiry finds fault with Good Shepherd care home

The deaths of two girls who fell from the Erskine Bridge could have been avoided if the care home where they were living had taken more precautions, according to the findings of a fatal accident inquiry.

Georgia Rowe and Niamh Lafferty were resident at the Good Shepherd Centre in Bishopton.

The FAI found more staff should have been on duty and the girls should not have roomed near an unalarmed exit.

The home closed in June 2010 and has since been demolished.

  • 01 May 2012