Three-month-old baby girl is mauled to death by at a home in Ireland
Three-month-old baby girl is mauled to death by dog in her bedroom in Ireland
- Baby was attacked in her bedroom in the early hours of Monday in Co. Waterford
- She sustained serious head injuries and was rushed to hospital in Cork
- The girl was pronounced dead at Cork University Hospital after 3.15am
- Her house was cordoned off today as police continue their investigation
A three-month-old girl has been mauled to death in a dog attack at home in Ireland.
The baby was savaged in her bedroom in the early hours of Monday in the village of Clashmore, County Waterford. She sustained serious head injuries.
Police and paramedics treated the infant at the scene before she was rushed to Cork University Hospital, around 40 miles away.
She was pronounced dead at the hospital after 3.15am, according to RTE.
A general view of the main street in the village of Clashmore in County Waterford in the Republic of Ireland
The baby was rushed from her home in Clashmore to Cork University Hospital in the early hours of this morning but was pronounced dead a short time later
Her home in the village was cordoned off today as the police continued their investigations.
A post-mortem will be carried out on the body of the child at Cork University Hospital.
Father Milo Guiry, who is administrator of the parish that encompasses the village of Clashmore, said local people were in shock.
‘This was a young baby, it’s terribly, terribly sad,’ he said.
Fr Guiry said the parish would be offering support to the family involved.
‘We offer our sympathy and our support to the family at this terrible time for them,’ he said.
While Ireland has laws on muzzling certain dog breeds in public, there are no banned breeds such as Pit Bull Terriers in the United Kingdom.
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