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Ireland Pregnant woman living in flimsy tent in Phoenix Park worried baby won't survive

08:25  06 february  2020
08:25  06 february  2020 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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a person looking at the camera: Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant ...Cassie and partner Christopher , who have no addiction issues, have been sleeping in a tent in the Phoenix Park in freezing temperatures since August and she fears she will lose her baby. © Provided by Dublin Live Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant ...Cassie and partner Christopher , who have no addiction issues, have been sleeping in a tent in the Phoenix Park in freezing temperatures since August and she fears she will lose her baby.

A pregnant woman living in a flimsy park tent last night challenged Leo Varadkar to experience her homeless hell. As she made the eve-of-election plea to the Taoiseach, distressed Cassie Murphy, 29, who is expecting in May, fears her unborn baby may not survive. With just two days to go before voters turf out Fine Gael or hand them another term in office, she said: “I would love Leo Varadkar to come out here for one night and see how he gets on.

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“I’m worried that the baby won’t survive.” She has been living with her partner in a freezing tent in Dublin’s Phoenix Park for the last five months after being told by the city council-led Dublin Region Homeless Executive (DRHE) they would have to wait 12-months for a couple’s bed.

The mum-to-be, who has been in the park with Christopher Evans since August after their landlord claimed he was selling their E1,350-a-month apartment, held a scan of her baby and said: “It’s a boy. “But it’s a big fear that we’ll have to stay here. “I definitely think the Government have failed us. They’re not doing anything for the homeless.”

a messy bed in a room: Tent where Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant and her partner Christopher live © Provided by Dublin Live Tent where Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant and her partner Christopher live The Coolock, Dublin woman, who endured freezing temperatures of -1C on Tuesday night on top of a steep hill, appealed to the DRHE for a safe bed. Cassie, who is mindful of the spate of arson attacks on park tents in the capital in recent months, said: “[I’d plead] with them for a bed and somewhere safe. “They need to do something. “I’m really anxious and I’d be too scared to go into the emergency hostels.

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The baby was in stable condition, but delivered just 26 weeks into the pregnancy , it was born very premature. A makeshift memorial is seen on Sunday outside Gene's Supper Club, 4323 N. 60th St. near the scene where a pregnant woman died early Saturday following a drive-by shooting.

“But I’m afraid that someone is going to throw petrol over me or burn me here, or that I’m going to be stabbed. “It’s always in the back of my head. I don’t feel safe.” The couple went to the Council’s homeless service at Parkgate Hall in Dublin city on Tuesday but were told it would be 12-months before they could get a couple’s bed.

Cassie said: “I even said to them I’m supposed to be brought in at the end of May for a section, but sure where am I going to bring a baby back to?” The Dubliner, who goes to the Rotunda every two weeks for a scan, added: “In the hospital the social worker said there’s not a lot we can do until the baby’s here. “They said once that happens we’ll more than likely get a B&B or a hub.”

Homeless person's tent pitched on the steps of the Four Courts on on Inns Quay, Dublin. © Getty Homeless person's tent pitched on the steps of the Four Courts on on Inns Quay, Dublin. The couple said during the weekend kids were banging on the tent and on Tuesday Christopher found four men loitering behind it. Just three weeks ago, the expectant mum was rushed into A&E because her doctor could not detect her baby’s heartbeat. Cassie, who is on the housing list since 2008, said: “I think it was the cold and the baby’s breech [position] as well.”

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In London, pregnant women who use the underground are entitled to priority seats and can wear a baby -on-board badge to let other passengers know they If you’re worried about money and getting your baby off to a good start, speak to your midwife or get in touch with your local children’s centre.

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The couple, who said they have no drug or alcohol issues, do not want to be seperated into what they describe as ‘dangerous’ hostels. Cassie, who is estranged from her own family, was recently diagnosed as a diabetic and takes insulin injections five times a day along with tablets. She explained her and Christopher Evans had been living in a Glasnevin apartment but the landlord ended the E1,350 monthly tenancy last year.

The couple, who were getting the Housing Assistance Payment, were told the apartment was being sold. Cassie, who sadly suffered a stillbirth while living in the apartment, said: “Yeah, definitely [I think it was done to put the price up].” The couple, who insisted they were tidy and paid their bills on time, said they have sent 80 emails and tried in vain to find another place.

5th November 2018, Dublin. Sleeping homeless person with begging message outside St Stephens Green park, Dublin City Centre. © Getty 5th November 2018, Dublin. Sleeping homeless person with begging message outside St Stephens Green park, Dublin City Centre. Christpher, from Finglas, said they met the Dublin Simon Community on Friday who handed them four sleeping bags “ and knew she was pregnant’. Tony Walsh, the CEO of Feed Our Homeless, telephoned the DRHE led-Dublin Region Assertive Street Outreach Service (operated by Dublin Simon Community) on Tuesday.

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An accidental pregnancy can happen, and sometimes the relationship cannot survive because its foundation was weak to begin with. However, if the marriage was solid and built on good grounds, there is a good chance that any amount of accidental pregnancies wouldn’ t be able to shatter it.

A homeless couple have been living in the Phoenix Park for the last week. The couple had been sleeping rough on Dublin streets for weeks before “The park rangers have been watching out for us,” she said. “They understand what’s going on. They wouldn’ t move us off here because they know

Mr Walsh, who was told there were no couple’s beds and described the conditions as unsafe, added: “I’m calling on the DRHE to make couple’s beds readily available over the freephone system.”

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