June 27, 2022
A 43-year-old reporter dies of a terminal illness, hours after he was bid farewell on the web

A 43-year-old reporter dies of a terminal illness, hours after he was bid farewell on the web

A 43-year-old reporter dies of a terminal illness, hours after he was bid farewell on the web

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correspondent Irish Aidan Kennedy died at the age of 43 from a terminal illness. The news was confirmed hours after she posted a farewell message on Twitter addressing the fans.

According to AV International, the professional has become known for her career in UTV. On Twitter, the journalist has more than 16,000 followers, and she posted a post on her personal page to let people know that her battle against the disease is almost over.

“So life hasn’t been going well, I’m just as sick as I was when I went to the hospital, I come home to die but I take hospice care. Kids know. If you come across them, you’ll keep an eye on them, they are the kindest, sweetest, and most thoughtful of kids,” Aydin wrote before her death shortly.

According to Britain’s Daily Mail, former UTV associate Rita Fitzgerald posted a post mourning her friend’s death: ‘Dear Aidan, I’m sorry to hear this. My heart is broken for you

Her friend Emma Little Bengali, who confirmed Aidan’s death, wrote: “Very heartbroken. My beautiful, funny and sweet friend Aidan is gone.”

Ken Reed, former UTV political editor, tweeted: “Tonight, the idea that Aidan is no longer with us is just a heartbreaking thought. A generous soul that has suffered so much. The news has surprised many of us. We all need to take care of ourselves. God bless her.”

Aydin is survived by two children, his parents Noel and Maura. According to the British car, the journalist’s brother died at the age of 35 due to a brain tumor in 2016, while her sister Fiona died at the age of 44 in the same year due to cancer. She also told the Belfast Telegraph in 2018 that her older brother Rory died in a traffic accident sometime after her first birthday.