The GAA has released the second in its series of vignettes remembering individuals who died in Bloody Sunday just short of 100 years ago.
The videos have been produced by award-winning agency and Sport for Business member Fifty Three Six.
Daniel Carroll was 31 years old, a native of Tipperary but living and working in Dublin.
He had opened up the bar in Drumcondra and gone to the match as a supporter. On leaving the ground in the mayhem, he was shot in the thigh and died two days later in hospital.
His grave in Glasnevin was one of those to have a headstone erected in 2016 as part of the GAA Headstone project remembering the victims.
The commemoration of the victims of that terrible day will continue at gaa.ie/bloody Sunday through to the centenary date on November 21st.
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