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Ireland Homeless man’s screams alerted workers to the fact that he was still inside his tent

12:45  16 january  2020
12:45  16 january  2020 Source:   extra.ie

Homeless man in hospital after tent removed in council clean-up

  Homeless man in hospital after tent removed in council clean-up A homeless man is in a serious condition in hospital after a council clean-up vehicle removed his tent from the banks of a canal as he slept inside. The unnamed man has undergone surgery for "life-changing" injuries following the incident by Grand Canal in Dublin, which is being investigated by police.Gardai told Sky News that the man, whose age is also unknown, had been asleep in his tent during an operation to tidy the canal walkway on Tuesday afternoon.He was taken to St Vincent's Hospital, where he remains in a serious but stable condition.

A homeless man in Dublin was seriously injured Tuesday when an industrial vehicle tried to lift a tent he was sleeping in, according to local authorities, renewing concerns about a homeless population in the country that has more than tripled since 2014. The cleanup effort was carried out Tuesday

Homeless man is seriously injured after his tent is picked up by industrial cleaning vehicle in Dublin Homeless man had been sleeping along the Grand canal in Dublin city centre In a serious condition in hospital after the tent he was sleeping in was removed the facts and we know from experience that initial reporting can often be different from the

a person standing in front of a brick building: It is understood that a vehicle had been used to move the tent, and it had subsequently caused the man’s injuries. Pic: Gareth Chaney/Collins © Provided by Extra.ie It is understood that a vehicle had been used to move the tent, and it had subsequently caused the man’s injuries. Pic: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The homeless man was sleeping in his makeshift home when his body was crushed in the grasp of a grabber sometimes used to remove burned-out cars.

The African man, aged in his early 30s, went unnoticed by the workers, who allegedly did not check inside his tent because it had collapsed on top of him. It was only his screams that alerted them to the fact that a human being was inside one of the tents being removed like rubbish.

It is understood that he had been sleeping rough on the banks of the Grand Canal and other sites for a number of months, having encountered ‘safety issues’ in hostels and other emergency accommodation.

Homeless woman, 20s, found dead in city centre accommodation

  Homeless woman, 20s, found dead in city centre accommodation A file will be prepared for the Coroner's Court.Gardai confirmed a file will be prepared for the Coroner's Court. A spokesman said: “Gardaí were called to the scene of a sudden death of a female in her late 20s that occurred at approximately 5pm at Parkgate Street, Dublin 8 on Wednesday, January 15th. A file will be prepared for the Coroner’s Court”. The DRHE sent their condolences to the woman's family and friends.

The man , whose age is still unknown, McCarthy said, had been sleeping in his tent when it was removed "in an attempt to tidy the canal walkway" City officials in Dublin are being accused of leaving a homeless man with life-changing injuries after workers tried to remove the tent he was sleeping in

The man , who has not been named, was treated in hospital after the incident on Queen Street on Cardiff.

a sign on the side of the street: 15/01/2020 The scene where a homeless man was involved in an incident along the Grand Canal in Dublin’s City Centre. Photo:Gareth Chaney/Collins © Provided by Extra.ie 15/01/2020 The scene where a homeless man was involved in an incident along the Grand Canal in Dublin’s City Centre. Photo:Gareth Chaney/Collins Life in Ireland had proved a struggle for him. Charities such as Inner City Helping Homeless offered the African man what help they could – a nightly call to check in on him, and some tea and sandwiches.

He was recently issued with an ‘eviction notice’ for the tent that served as his only shelter, but he had few other places to go.

a group of people standing next to a pile of rocks: DCC made no mention as to whether the tent had been checked before it was removed by staff. Pic: :Gareth Chaney/Collins © Provided by Extra.ie DCC made no mention as to whether the tent had been checked before it was removed by staff. Pic: :Gareth Chaney/Collins Now he lies in hospital, paralysed in one leg and battling with injuries described as serious to life-threatening.

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Still , he couldn't very well pee in his tent . Earlier, Valerie had kindly given him a bottle of water. It occurred to the PR that he was not the only person in the Study Area anxious for the night to end. Some Data Regarding the PR' s Mental State, Night One.

A homeless man has undergone surgery and is in serious condition after a city cleanup truck in Dublin grabbed and lifted the man ' s tent with a mechanical claw in the middle of the day – while he was sleeping inside of it. Apparently, the city wanted to "tidy up" the canal

Yet people who work with rough sleepers say this is an unsurprising outcome – as these are the perils of life while homeless in Ireland.

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