By JAMES HOOPERIn an emotional interview with the BBC’s James O’Brien, the owner of the famous necklace, the one which is often credited with saving his life, talks about his life as a victim of car accidents and the effect of the necklace on him.

He says it saved his life after he was hit by a car while crossing the road on his way home from work.

Mr O’Brien said: “I have two daughters, and my oldest daughter was about 13 or 14.”

I was hit head on by a truck and broke my back.

“My right arm was smashed, and the car was going around the corner.”

As I was going round the corner I thought: ‘I’m not going to make it, I’m going to die’.

“His daughter was eight months old when he died.

The necklace was left by his wife, a local nurse who said it had been given to her by a local woman named Tilly, who was an elderly widow.

She has been wearing it since. “

My oldest daughter’s had it for a long time,” Mr O’Malley said.

She has been wearing it since.

But, Mr O”Brien said, the necklace has been the centrepiece of his life.

“It’s been the most important thing in my life.

It has saved my life.”

His daughter, however, says she is unsure of the significance of the necklaces worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Tilly said she had bought the necklace to celebrate the centenary of the discovery of the human body in 1837 and was unaware of its value.

“She said it’s a beautiful piece of jewellery, but I’m not sure,” Mr D’Oler said.

“The necklace is an amazing thing.”

But it’s something that I think about a lot.

I think about it every day and it really affects my mind.

“In a bid to understand what happened to it, Mr D”Oler researched the history of the jewelry.

What he found was that it was given to Mr OMalley by the nurse in 1835 who had died while trying to save his life in a car accident.

His story was corroborated by a letter written by the woman who gave it to him in 1838, which was written as a tribute to him.”

Your father has died.

He was a poor and weak man,” the nurse wrote.

Mr D’ Oler said he felt the necklace had to be one of a set of items to be worth a lot of money.

When he found out that his mother was also given the necklace, he said he became “quite concerned”.”

This is what it means to be Irish’A group of people known as the Irish Heritage Foundation (IHF) has bought the original necklace and plans to restore it. “

She said that she had given it to me for the centenaries and I thought, ‘Oh my God, it’s important’.”‘

This is what it means to be Irish’A group of people known as the Irish Heritage Foundation (IHF) has bought the original necklace and plans to restore it.

A plaque will be put up outside a home in Dublin where Mr D O’Neill lives with his family.

“There’s nothing quite like this in the world,” he told the BBC.

They are trying to raise funds for the restoration of the original.

‘A good necklace’The IHF said they hoped to bring the necklace back to Ireland where it could be exhibited.

It was donated to the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin by the late Dr Robert Burdett.

Its collection includes several other necklaced items.

In an online auction, the IHF bought a necklace from the IWC.

Another is a necklace which was given by the wife of Dr Tilly in 1848.

That item was sold for $US3,000 ($5,700).

The original necklace is valued at $US2,000 and will be on display at the museum until May.

This is how the necklace was given away to a local Irish nurse, Mr Fionnuala O’Connor, who died in the accident.

In her letter, she wrote that she and her husband had travelled to New York to help save the life of a man who was on his own.

She wrote: “His name was Jack.

We saw him and the woman that was carrying him walked away and the doctor, he gave him the medicine to take the pain away. “

He was walking down the street.

We saw him and the woman that was carrying him walked away and the doctor, he gave him the medicine to take the pain away.

Then he got up and he said: ‘Thank you, thank you’.”

I think it means something to me, I can feel the connection that he had with the world and the Irish people and I think he really did.

“In his letter, Mr Burdetts wrote: ”You gave me this necklace and I gave