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Paisley woman dies Monday after incident in Spanish city of Benidorm


The British woman tragically died in an accident a few hours after coming on vacation with his wife.

Marie Riley, 37, died after the incident Spanish the coastal town of Benidorm during a visit with his wife Lynn, reports Daily record.

The couple with Paisley were married for four years and on Monday, March 7, went with friends to a popular tourist destination.

The next day, Lynn announced her sad death on social media, sparking a flurry of responses from heartbroken friends and family who described her as “a beautiful girl” and “really one in a million.”

Paisley woman dies Monday after incident in Spanish city of Benidorm

Megan Smith said, “Lynn, I’m in shock. I’m so sorry. One of the most beautiful girls I’ve ever met. Please let us know if you need anything.”

Ranet Adams supported the widowed wife by saying, “Life is so hard Lynn, take every day as it comes and take care of yourself, you have a great family and friends to help you survive this tragedy.

“We think that with you all xx sleep peacefully, Marie, you will be sadly bored, xx.”

Mae Pollock wrote: “It’s a pity to hear about Marie, she was an amazing person, never forget her thinking about you, we’re here if you need anything.”

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FCDO says they “helped British woman’s family” after “Benidorm incident”

And Savannah Bareman said, “I love you until a month ago Lynn, I’m still shocked not to say a word, but we’ll all be here when you get home.”

Meanwhile, her neighbor Charlene Mullen told the story of how she and Lynn “started as neighbors” and “became best friends.”

A spokesman for the UK’s Office for Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth and Development (FCDO) told the Daily Record: “We are helping the family of a British woman after the Benidorm incident and in contact with the Spanish authorities.”

The Daily Star contacted Spanish Nacional police for comment.

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