Father Of Three Children Found Dead In Dublin Releases Statement

The father of three children who were found dead in Dublin has released a statement and has said there is only "devastation, grief and anguish".

The three children, Conor, Darragh and Carla were found at their home in Newcastle last Friday.

Gardai are waiting to be given permission to interview their mother.

She is currently in a stable condition in hospital.

In a statement released through Gardai Andrew McGinley said: "There are no words. There is only devastation, grief and anguish. Every breath is a struggle.

"Conor, Darragh and Carla are adored. They all had beautiful, bright futures ahead of them with family, friends and a community who love them.

"To all parents, cuddle your children whenever you get a chance, tell them how much you love them as often as you can, spend every spare minute with them reading, playing and enjoying their wonderfulness."


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