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Ed Sheeran's manager will 'arrange something' for Athy crash survivor after social media campaign

The #SingforDayna campaign has caught his attention.

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ED SHEERAN’S MANAGER has said that he will ‘arrange something’ for Dayna Kearney after a social media campaign #SingForDayna and #MessageForDayna grabbed his attention.

Danya was the driver of the car that collided with a van in Burtown in Kildare, around three miles from Junction 3 of the M9, heading for Athy on the N78 last Tuesday. The collision took the lives of her four friends Niamh Doyle, Gemma Nolan, Ashling Middleton and Chermaine Carroll, and left her in a serious condition.

The campaign was started by her friends to attempt to pursued Sheeran to sing at her bedside when he is in Dublin for his Whelan’s gig later in the month.

A range of celebrities including Kodaline and Hozier have tweeted messages of support so far.

Ed’s manager Stuart Camp replied to a plea on Twitter yesterday promising that he would ‘arrange something’.

Tweet by @Stuart Source: Stuart/Twitter

Ed has previously sung down the phone to Triona Priestly, a superfan with Cystic Fibrosis, after a similar campaign. Priestly sadly passed away hours after the call.

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