The devastated dad of a tragic teenage road victim is holding a special concert to raise funds for a school in Africa in her name.

George Sadler Doherty, from Redcastle, lost his daughter Georgia in a 2015 road traffic collision in Derry.

His little girl, who was a First Year pupil at Moville Community College in Moville, was just was 13 years old.

He is running his latest fundraiser to raise money to build a school in Georgia’s name in Africa.

He is staging the fundraising concert in the Redcastle Hotel this Saturday, January 14, when The Henry Girls will be performing.

The money is to fund the Georgia Sadler Communications Centre in aid of communities in South Sudan.

A cheque of €10,000 will be presented for the Africa project on the night.

Georgia died in an accident on a stretch of the A6 road as she and her sister Lisa drove from Belfast towards Derry on February 22, 2015.

An inquest in to Georgia’s death was held last month and heard that the car hit surface water, spun out of control, and collided with another vehicle.

Georgia died instantly due to multiple injuries.

Coroner Joe McCrisken raised concerns of insufficient water drainage on the road, causing rain to build up.

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