The heartbroken mother of a Dublin woman who died at her sick child’s bide in hospital has described her as a “beautiful personality”.
Sarah Jane Brazil, 32, tragically died on Sunday as she accompanied her one of her kids at Children‘s Health Ireland.
Her devastated mother Christine said Sarah Jane was someone her lived for her two children.
She said: “Sarah was the kind of mother who lived for her children — they were her absolute life.
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“She was full of life and had such a beautiful personality. She was an excellent mother.”
Christine told the Irish Sun: “She would have done absolutely anything for her children. No matter what it was she always put their happiness first.
“She was the glue that kept the entire family together.”
It’s understood her child has since returned home from the hospital. The caring mum may have died from swine flu, the Irish Sun have reported.
Her sister Tina added: “She was such a fantastic person. She was very outgoing and just always happy and so bubbly. She was such a beautiful person.”
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She’ll be remembered fondly by her partner Martin, parents Christine and Denis, her children as well as her family and friends.
Her funeral will be held in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Killinarden in Tallaght on Friday at 10am. She is then to be cremated at Newlands Cross Cemetery at noon.
A spokesperson for the hospital told the Irish Mirror: “Children’s Health Ireland at Tallaght can confirm that an adult passed away unexpectedly at the weekend.
“The person was accompanying a young inpatient who was being treated in the children’s service.
“Children’s Health Ireland and Tallaght University Hospital would like to extend their condolences to the family of the deceased.
“As is the case with all unexpected deaths, the relevant authorities were immediately alerted and support was provided to the family.”
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