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River Irwell

River in Lancashire, United Kingdom

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River Irwell: River in Lancashire, United Kingdom
The River Irwell is a 39-mile (63 km) long river which flows through the Irwell Valley in North West England. Its source is at Irwell Springs on Deerplay Moor, approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of Bacup. It forms the boundary between Manchester and Salford and empties into the River Mersey near Irlam.

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River Irwell death: Teenager Adam Kay 'was popular student'

Underwater search teams found the 14-year-old's body after being called to Clifton Country Park.
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Teenage boy's body found in River Irwell

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Storm Ciara: River Irwell bursts banks at Ramsbottom

Residents have been urged to "take precautions immediately".
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Zakari Bennett-Eko: Man accused of baby son's river murder

Zak Eko, 22, was arrested after his 11-month-old son was pulled from the River Irwell in Bury.
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Baby boy pulled from River Irwell in Radcliffe named

A 22-year-old man continues to be questioned on suspicion of 11-month-old Zakari Bennett's murder.
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River Irwell boy rescue: Man held in attempted murder arrest

The child, rescued from the River Irwell in Bury, Greater Manchester, is in a critical condition.
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Girl, 12, drowns in River Irwell in Bury

Police "strongly urge" people not to cool off in rivers, lakes and reservoirs in the warm weather.
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