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Ireland Death of young woman 'shows homelessness crisis has gone beyond repair'

13:55  17 january  2020
13:55  17 january  2020 Source:   independent.ie

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A clean-up worker at the scene where a homeless man was injured on the Grand Canal. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins © Independent.ie A clean-up worker at the scene where a homeless man was injured on the Grand Canal. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins The Government is being accused of letting the homelessness crisis "go beyond repair" following the tragic death of a young woman in emergency accommodation.

Gardaí were called to the scene of a sudden death at the Phoenix Lodge hostel on Parkgate Street in Dublin on Wednesday evening.

The woman, who was in her late 20s, died in "tragic circumstances".

"This week alone we have seen this death, a man with life-changing injuries as a result of his tent being removed by an industrial machine as he slept in it, and our case-management team assisted a woman in her 60s who was sleeping rough," said Inner City Helping Homeless CEO Anthony Flynn.

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Homelessness is horrible for everyone but women on the street they face extra challenges to She is extremely vulnerable. There are tens of thousands of women just like her homeless on the streets of Los Invisible People goes beyond the rhetoric, statistics, political debates, and limitations of social

People who are homeless use the most expensive parts of the healthcare system. Dr. Margot Kushel looks at older homeless adults and how the healthcare Living on the street contributes to premature aging; many homeless people in their 50s have physical and cognitive disabilities more commonly

He said the elderly woman, who suffers from dementia, slept in the rain, was "soaked to the bone" and had to be transported to hospital.

Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar arrives for a European Union Summit at the Europa building in Brussels, Belgium December 12, 2019. Aris Oikonomou/Pool via REUTERS © Catalyst Images Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar arrives for a European Union Summit at the Europa building in Brussels, Belgium December 12, 2019. Aris Oikonomou/Pool via REUTERS

Independent councillor and election candidate Christy Burke said it was time for the Government to "grow a pair" and declare a national emergency as Ireland's housing crisis had "gone beyond repair".

Meanwhile, a homeless man, aged in his 30s originally from Eritrea, who suffered life-changing injuries when the tent in which he was sleeping was removed by an industrial vehicle, remains in a critical condition.

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Four investigations by gardaí, the Health and Safety Authority, Waterways Ireland and Dublin City Council are currently ongoing. Gardaí appealed yesterday for hepl from anyone who witnessed the incident or road users who may have dashcam footage.

Homelessness campaigner Fr Peter McVerry slammed the emergency accommodation system, saying homeless people sleep in tents because it's safer than hostels.

The Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar at Aras an Uachtarain (The President's residence) after calling a general election and dissolving the government in Dublin, Ireland January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lorraine O'Sullivan © Catalyst Images The Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar at Aras an Uachtarain (The President's residence) after calling a general election and dissolving the government in Dublin, Ireland January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lorraine O'Sullivan

"The biggest complaint I get from homeless people is that they wake up in the morning and all the people who are sleeping in the room with them are gone and so are all their belongings," he told RTÉ Radio One's 'Morning Ireland'.

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Most young people who become homeless have been forced to leave their home due to family breakdown, violence, or when their family is forced into homelessness following a crisis . Young people who are homeless are more likely to have involvement with the juvenile justice system.

Housing continues to be a major issue for politicians on the doorsteps as the election date approaches. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has continued to defend his comments on the incident involving the homeless man on Grand Canal.

Mr Varadkar was criticised for calling on the Fianna Fáil Lord Mayor of Dublin Paul McAuliffe to account politically for the incident. Former lord mayor Nial Ring said he was "taken aback" by the comments, branding them "appalling".

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