Nicola Keane Incident Bio
Nicola Keane was an Irish nurse Irish nurse’s body is found under a bridge just hours before the 34-year-old mother’s seven-month-old baby son was discovered dead at her home.
Facts about Nicola Keane
- The body of Nicola Keane, 34, was found under a bridge near her home in Dublin
- She was discovered on Tuesday morning, Irish police later found her baby dead
- Police had to tell her partner who was unaware and sleeping upstairs, reportedly
- Irish Gardai say they are treating the incident as a ‘family tragedy’ at this stage
Tragic young mum found dead beneath the M50 toll bridge named as caring nurse Nicola Keanehttps://t.co/ZXq9XODkpC
— DublinLive (@DublinLive) October 22, 2020
What happened to Nicola Keane What is the actual Story?
Officers are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths and say they are treating it as a “family tragedy.”
A source told the newspaper: ‘This is a terrible, terrible tragedy. A family tragedy. Gardai is not looking for anyone else.
Mum Nicola Keane's body was discovered by policehttps://t.co/PLrPa79t5T
— The Daily Record (@Daily_Record) October 23, 2020
“The baby’s autopsy will determine which path the investigation will take.”
Pediatric Nurse Nicola worked at Children’s Health Ireland in Crumlin.
Friends described her as a kind and considerate person.
It is believed that she moved to Lucan in Dublin more than six years ago, having previously lived in Ballina in County Mayo.
A source added that the cause of the boy’s death was inconclusive, adding: “Asphyxia, but it may have been an accident.”
A statement on Ireland’s national Gardai website says today: ‘An incident room has been established at Lucan Garda station and a technical examination of the scene has been carried out.
The coroner and the state pathologist’s office have been notified.
“The baby’s body has been transferred to Crumlin Hospital and the woman’s body has been transferred to the City Morgue, where post-mortem examinations will be carried out.
The results of the post-mortem examinations will determine the course of the Garda investigations.
At this stage, Gardaí investigators are treating these incidents as a family tragedy and are currently not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
‘There is no additional information available at this moment. Investigations are ongoing.
“The family of the mother and child have asked for privacy at this sad time.”