Late Lyra McKee first met her partner Sara Canning on the dating app called Plenty Of Fish. Let us jump straight into this article.
Lyra McKee was a famous journalist from Northern Ireland. She was murdered on April 18, 2019. Before her murder, she was on Fanad Drive and standing near armored police, Land Rover, who was wounded in the head.
Describing her career details, McKee has served for several publications and wrote about the consequences of The Troubles. It’s an ethno-nationalist conflict that lasted for 30 years, from 1960 to 1998 in Northern Ireland.
Also, she served as an editor for Mediagazer, a news aggregator website, according to her wiki page. We will provide you more information about her private life and career details.
Where is Lyra McKee Partner Sara Canning Now?
As per Daily Mail, Lyra moved from Belfast to Derry to stay with her partner Sara Canning. Lyra is known for her work Angels with Blue Faces (2019) and Lost Found Remembered (2020).
Sara is still fighting for Lyra’s justice in derry, as per our research. Surely, she keeps on fighting until the criminal gets punished by the court.
As per Irish Times, tons of people were gathered in the Creggan area. Lyra’s family and friends showed that her death mustn’t be in vain because her life was a shining light in everyone’s life.
The touching speech of Sara has caught the eyes of many citizens in Northern Ireland.
Lyra McKee Age And Wikipedia Biography
Lyra’s passion for Journalism initially started at the age of 14. To follow her dreams, she began to write for the school newspaper and became a popular journalist when she grew up.
Although she is not alive, her legacy and work are highly appreciated by the netizens.
Let us straight come to the main point regarding her death. Lyra was fatally shot during rioting in the Creggan area of Derry. She was 29 years at the time of her death.
Lyra McKee Murder Case Updates 2021
As per the latest updated news, Lyra was shot by dissident republicans. Four men were arrested in the Derry area on Wednesday morning under the Terrorism Act following the incident.
They have been taken to the Musgrave police station. They will cross-question the four men aged 19, 20, 21, and 33 for the evidence.
Lyra McKee was a family woman and was survived by her partner, mother, and siblings. She has loving and supportive parents.