Ireland Two men sleeping rough in the capital die within 48 hours

17:06  29 november  2017
17:06  29 november  2017 Source:   independent.ie

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Stock image © Provided by Irish Independent Stock image A leading homelessness charity have expressed their sadness at the death of two men sleeping rough this week.

Gardaí are investigating the sudden death of a man who was discovered in south Dublin yesterday afternoon.

Emergency services were called to Sandford Close, Ranelagh at approximately 1.30pm.

It's understood the man had been sleeping in a tent near the grounds of Gonzaga College, Ranelagh - which is located in Housing Minister, Eoghan Murphy's constituency.

The man was brought to St Vincent's Hospital in a serious condition but later passed away.

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Gardaí have confirmed that the matter is under investigation but they are not treating his death as suspicious.

Meanwhile, gardaí are also investigating the death of a man in his late thirties.

The man was taken by ambulance from Chancery Street, Dublin 7 at 6pm on Sunday evening.

He was pronounced dead at The Mater Hospital the following morning.

The Peter McVerry Trust said they are "deeply saddened by the death of two men sleeping rough in Dublin in the past couple of days".

The charity said there has been an "unprecedented number of deaths involving people sleeping rough since late August".

They report the latest two deaths in Dublin to bring to seven the number of people sleeping rough that have died in the past 12 weeks.

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The Trust said they are now calling on the Government to commit to housing every person currently sleeping rough in Dublin by the end of next year.

Earlier this morning, Peter McVerry Trust CEO Pat Doyle told RTE Radio One's Morning Ireland that his "heart goes out" to people sleeping rough at the moment.

"It's freezing out there," he said.

"It's never a good time... but now is not a good time to be a rough sleeper, particularly in the cold weather."

Mr Doyle said the winter initiative for the homeless is well underway, and the Peter McVerry Trust are "bringing in beds all the time".

"As soon as the temperatures drop, we bring in extra places.

"In the last few days alone, we've brought in an extra 15 spaces.

"But on the really cold night two or three nights ago, we only used nine out of those 15 places.

"It's difficult to get some people to come in.

"Sometimes the more complex cases won't come in, or some people will come to an apartment but they won't come into a hostel."

Mr Doyle said the gentleman probably picked the area for "shelter, privacy and safety."

"It's off the beaten track," he said.

"People are all the time seeking new places and pushing out into the suburbs."

Last night, a spokesperson for the charity said; "At present we have just over 180 people sleeping rough in Dublin, and while that is a record high, we surely can secure 180 homes out of the 3,800 social houses to be built next year for our most vulnerable citizens."

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