Saturday 27th May, 2017

Girl died years after 'shaken baby type injuries'

Herald.ie - Friday 19th May, 2017

Rhiannon Fegan (10) died of bronchial pneumonia due to immobility caused by severe neurological impairment, an inquest heard. At three-months-old, she was admitted to Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin with brain injuries consistent with shaken baby syndrome. An inquest at Dublin Coroner's Court heard that, following that incident in November 2004, she was cared for at the Children's Sunshine Home in Dublin 18 for the remainder of her life. Speaking after the inquest, Rhiannon's mother Nadia Fegan, from Co Kildare, said she missed her daughter more than anything in the world...
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