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The Irish nurse's body was found under the bridge at home hours before the young son was discovered


The husband finds a seven-month-old baby dead in bed after police woke him to tell him that his wife was found dead under a highway bridge

  • The body of 34-year-old Nicola Keane was found under a bridge near her home in Dublin
  • She was discovered Tuesday morning and Irish police later found her baby dead
  • The police reportedly had to tell their partner, who knew nothing and was sleeping upstairs
  • The Irish Gardai say they are currently treating the incident as a "family tragedy"

The body of an Irish nurse was discovered under a bridge in her home just hours before the death of her seven-month-old young son.

The body of 34-year-old Nicola Keane was found under a bridge near the M50 in Dublin at around 4 a.m. Tuesday morning.

When the Irish police went to their home in Lucan, they found that their baby Henry was unresponsive. The Gardai confirmed that he was pronounced dead "a short time later".

The officials are not looking for anyone in connection with the deaths and say they are treating it as a "family tragedy".

The body of pediatric nurse Nicola Keane was found under a bridge in Dublin on Tuesday morning. Her partner, destroyed on the ground, was woken up by the police and only informed of her two deaths after the officers arrived, reports say

The body of 34-year-old Nicola Keane was found under a bridge near the M50 in Dublin at around 4 a.m. Tuesday morning

The body of 34-year-old Nicola Keane was found under a bridge near the M50 in Dublin at around 4 a.m. Tuesday morning

Her partner, who had been destroyed on the ground, was woken up by the police and only informed about both deaths after the officers arrived, according to Irish Spiegel.

A source told the newspaper, “This is a terrible, terrible tragedy. A family tragedy. Gardai are not looking for anyone.

"The baby's autopsy will determine which direction the exam will take."

Pediatric nurse Nicola worked for Children & # 39; s Health Ireland in Crumlin.

Friends described her as a kind and considerate person.

She is believed to have moved to Lucan, Dublin, more than six years ago, having previously lived in Ballina, County Mayo.

Pediatric nurse Nicola worked for Children & # 39; s Health Ireland in Crumlin. Friends described her as a kind and considerate person

Pediatric nurse Nicola worked for Children & # 39; s Health Ireland in Crumlin. Friends described her as a kind and considerate person

A source added the boy's cause of death was inconclusive, adding, "suffocation, but it could have been an accident."

A statement on Ireland's national Gardai website said today: “An incident room has been set up at Lucan Garda Station and a technical investigation has been conducted on the scene.

Officials are not looking for anyone in connection with the deaths and say they are treating it as a "family tragedy".

Officials are not looking for anyone in connection with the deaths and say they are treating it as a "family tragedy".

& # 39; The coroner and the state pathologist's office have been notified.

“The child's body was taken to Crumlin Hospital and the woman's body was taken to the city morgue for autopsies.

& # 39; The results of the autopsies will determine the course of the Lake Garda examinations.

"At the moment, the Gardaí investigation is treating these incidents as a family tragedy and is not currently looking for anyone related to the deaths.

& # 39; No further information is currently available. The investigations are ongoing.

"The mother and child's families asked for privacy during this sad time."

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