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Ireland'God's newest angel': Heartbreaking scenes at ceremony for tragic Cork toddler Santina

19:40  12 july  2019
19:40  12 july  2019 Source:   independent.ie

Gardai launch murder investigation after death of tragic tot Santina Cauley in Cork

Gardai launch murder investigation after death of tragic tot Santina Cauley in Cork Following the completion of her post mortem by Deputy State Pathologist Dr. Margot Bolster, gardai have now launched a murder investigation into the death of tragic toddler Santina Cauley. The two-year-old was found by gardai in a critical condition at an apartment in Cork city on Friday morning. Following an incident in the early hours, the tot was rushed to Cork University Hospital where she was pronounced dead at approximately 9.20am. Following the completion of her post mortem by Deputy State Pathologist Dr. Margot Bolster, gardai have now l .

Santina Cawley, aged two, was in the company of her father, Mike Cawley, and his partner, who She was rushed to Cork University Hospital but was pronounced dead a few hours later. Relatives of the tragic two-year-old took to social media yesterday to express their grief, describing Santina as a “little

Santina died in Cork University Hospital (CUH) last Friday just a few hours after she was found with critical injuries at an apartment on the city’ s Boreenmanna Gardaí found Santina unresponsive, with Mr Cawley and his partner at the scene . It is understood that the child had been in their company at a

'God's newest angel': Heartbreaking scenes at ceremony for tragic Cork toddler Santina Relatives carry the remains of her two year old daughter Santina at her removal in Cork Pic Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

CORK toddler Santina Cawley (2) has been hailed as God's newest angel.

There were heartbreaking scenes as hundreds attended Mass of the Angels for the little girl whose death last Friday sparked a Garda murder investigation in Cork.

The mourners at the Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne were led by her parents, Bridget O'Donoghue and Michael Cawley, as well as Santina's four siblings.

Mr Cawley stood throughout the entire Mass with his hand resting on his little girl's coffin - only interrupting his moving tribute to comfort his distressed daughter, Candice, and youngest son, Thomas.

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A FUNDRAISING appeal for the family of tragic toddler Santina Cawley has smashed its target Santina ' s mum left a heartbreaking note for her at the apartment complex. Gardai were alerted by a She held little Santina in her arms in the Emergency Department and told her how much she loved

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Ms O'Donoghue was supported by her mother, Eileen, as she wept when the gold and white casket was finally led from the Cathedral.

In a moving tribute, Santina's mother asked celebrant Fr Oscar O'Leary OFM to highlight what the little girl meant to her entire family in her short life.

"She was my angel," Fr O'Leary quoted Santina's mother.

"She always brought a smile to my face.

"Santina was a little girl who knew what she wanted. She loved the Tellytubbies and she always loved watching them on the TV."

'God's newest angel': Heartbreaking scenes at ceremony for tragic Cork toddler Santina Mass of the Angels: Santina Cawley died in Cork on Friday. Photo: Provision Ms O'Donoghue, with her four children, then placed a special card to Santina on the cathedral's memorial tree.

Fr O'Leary noted the national grief that followed the death of comedian Brendan Grace and that he had left Ireland a legacy of laughter and happiness.

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SPECIAL tribute was paid to the tragic two-year-old as some wore white T-shirts at her removal today. They carried the message ‘RIP, we love you, Angel HEARTBROKEN friends and family walk with the coffin of murdered tot Santina Cawley. Special tribute was paid to the tragic two-year-old as some

Fr O'Leary said that Santina's legacy for her family should similarly be smiles and happiness for the joy she brought them in her all-too-short life.

Gifts to reflect the loves of little Santina's life formed the Offertory procession.

A pink teddy, pink trolls and a Tellytubbies play box were brought to the altar by the toddler's three brothers and sister to highlight what brought joy to the little girl whose middle name was 'Barbie'.

Santina's white coffin was escorted from the cathedral by her parents as it was then covered with floral tributes in the hearse for the short journey to St Catherine's Cemetery in Kilcully.

A number of mourners also donned white 'Santina Angel' T-shirts in tribute to the little girl.

Each of the T-shirts had a colour photograph of a smiling Santina emblazoned on its front.

On the rear of the T-shirts there was a simple message: 'RIP Angel Santina.'

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Santina was taken to Cork University Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 9.30am on Friday morning. Relatives of the tragic girl took to social media today to express their grief and people left flowers They described her as a “little angel ” and “a princess”, with one posting: “A beautiful angel

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Special balloons were also brought to the cathedral carrying Santina's image and with slogans including: 'We Love You' and 'RIP'.

Santina is survived by her mother, Bridget, her father, Michael, her siblings Candice, Michael, Patrick and Thomas.

After the Mass, a special message was read out on behalf of the family by Frank Lynch.

"The family are extremely grateful for the level of support, prayers and generosity the Cork public has shown them throughout the past week."

"Baby Santina's family cannot express their thanks."

The toddler was then brought to St Catherine's Cemetery, Kilcully for burial following Mass of the Angels.

'God's newest angel': Heartbreaking scenes at ceremony for tragic Cork toddler Santina Tragic: Santina Cauley (2), who was found beaten to death in a Cork city apartment on Friday morning Gardaí again appealed for public assistance in their murder investigation over Santina's death.

Detectives have taken more than 50 statements from people resident or present at the Elderwood Park flats complex off Boreenmanna Road where Santina was discovered with critical injuries shortly after 5am last Friday.

They are also examining CCTV security camera footage from properties around the area.

Almost €10,000 raised to help pay for funeral of tragic tot Santina Cawley

Almost €10,000 raised to help pay for funeral of tragic tot Santina Cawley A radio station in Cork has helped start a fundraiser to assist the family with funeral costs .The GoFundMe was set up by the Neil Prendeville show on Cork’s RedFM after a friend of the family appealed to them. The fundraiser hit its target of €8,000 in less than a day with donations still pouring in last night. Speaking on the show yesterday family friend Mary said: “The woman [Santina’s mam] is in shock and so are her other children.

Santina ' s funeral mass will take place at the Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne in Cork city. The principal celebrant at the Mass of the Angels will be Fr Oscar O’Leary, OFM, a member of After the alarm was raised about Santina , she was rushed to Cork University Hospital where doctors battled to

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However, detectives have again appealed to anyone who has not yet spoken to Gardaí and who may have information to come forward.

Gardaí also urged any motorist, taxi or truck driver who was in the Boreenmanna Road area last Thursday night and Friday morning to contact them, particularly if their vehicle is equipped with a dashcam.

Two properties at the complex were examined by forensic experts as well as two vehicles found parked nearby.

Santina was treated at the scene by paramedics for her injuries before being rushed to Cork University Hospital (CUH).

Tragically, she was pronounced dead a short time later.

Gardaí launched a murder investigation on Saturday following a post mortem examination by Assistant State Pathologist Dr Margaret Bolster.

That examination revealed Santina had met a violent death and had sustained multiple injuries.

Detectives have refused to release the details of the post mortem examination for operational reasons.

A woman in her 30s - who is not related to Santina - was arrested on Monday for questioning by Gardaí in relation to the circumstances of the child's death.

She was released without charge on Tuesday evening with a file now being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

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