Honors pour in for the tragic mother who was found dead...

Honors pour in for the tragic mother who was found dead...
Honors pour in for the tragic mother who was found dead...
Tributes to tragic mother Nicola Keane continued to flow today amid calls for greater support to nurses in these challenging times.

On Thursday, Nicola was found dead under the M50 toll bridge – just hours before it was found that her young son was unresponsive at home.

The mother of a 30-year-old was found dead in the early hours of Thursday morning on Lower Road in the Strawberry Beds near Lucan, Co Dublin.

The pediatric nurse, who was originally from Ballina, Co Mayo, but moved to Dublin six years ago, had been trading irregularly near the M50 toll bridge around 3:45 a.m. on Thursday.

Gardai found her body a few hours later and went to her house on Shackleton Way.

It was found there that Nicolas’ seven month old boy Henry was unresponsive.

Gardai woke her partner Darren Coleman, who hadn’t known that his son was dead upstairs.

Henry’s body was taken to Crumlin Children’s Hospital, where Nicola worked, and a post-mortem examination revealed that he died of asphyxiation.

Officials are treating the incident as a family tragedy and will not seek anyone related to it.

Funeral arrangements for Nicola and Henry are not yet known.

But tributes and condolences continued throughout the weekend, and many used social media to praise Nicola.

Many spoke of her as a kind and gentle person and colleague who helped countless sick children in their hour of need.

The support group for nurses, midwives and frontline workers in Ireland wrote on : “The nursing world is sadly grieving again.

“Our colleague Nicola Keane and her baby tragically died.

“Our deepest condolences go to your heartbreaking partner, your parents, your family, friends and colleagues. Our hearts are broken for you. ”

The group added, “Nicola, thank you for touching so many lives and caring for so many sick children. It takes an incredibly special person to be a pediatric nurse and you really were very special.

“Your work in this world is done, Nicola. God has called you and your beloved little baby home. ”

Many also used social media to urge everyone to support nurses and other frontline workers, especially as they continue to valiantly care for others amid the ongoing Covid pandemic.

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