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Ireland Garda probe launched after newborn baby found in Rotunda Hospital toilet dies

09:50  12 december  2019
09:50  12 december  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Gardai are investigating following the death of a newborn baby after being found in the toilet of a Dublin maternity hospital.

After a woman presented herself to the Rotunda at 40 weeks pregnant, the tot was found in the toilet.

Gardai are launching a full investigation and there will be a post mortem carried out.

A source told Dublin Live: “Gardai have launched an investigation into incident.

“A post mortem will be carried out and a decision will then be made on the course of the investigation.

“Gardai will speak to the mother and deal with it delicately as it is a very humane matter.”

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The HSE were contacted for comment on Wednesday night.

The child’s mother is believed to be from Eastern Europe.

A Garda spokeswoman said: “Gardaí in Mountjoy are investigating the sudden death of an infant baby that occurred in Rotunda Hospital on December 6, 2019.

“The infant child passed away after being in a special unit for a number of days and Gardaí were notified, a post mortem was conducted and the results which have come back to the investigation team to advise this was a tragic incident and no further investigation is required.

“A file will now be prepared for the Coroners Court.”

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