On May 13, 1919, at Knocklong, Co. Limerick, members of the Tipperary and Limerick Volunteers boldly entered a Cork bound train and rescued Volunteer Seán Hogan from what was near-certain death. When it was over, one RIC Constable lay dead, an RIC Sgt. was dying, and four of the Volunteers were wounded. Read the full story here: 'Greyhound on Train': Rescuing Seán Hogan at Knocklong

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