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A young woman who died in a Co Limerick house fire was due to get married, it has emerged. Tragic Grace McDermott, who was dedicated to highlighting the importance of women's roles in society, perished in a blaze in a three-storey house in Annacotty, Co Limerick, in the early hours of last Monday. As she lined up to take part in the event she posted a photo with a final message on her Twitter account: "here we go! The article highlighted the Women Are Boring blog, set up by the two friends, in a bid to showcase female-led research from around the world. People - men and women - were really interested and really want to hear these female voices," Ms McDermott then told The Irish Times.