Young Carrickmines fire survivor to leave hospital today

Young Carrickmines fire survivor to leave hospital today

Thomas Connors, the youngest survivor of the Carrickmines fire, will be released from hospital today.

The four-year-old boy lost his parents Thomas and Sylvia, two brothers Jim and Christy and his baby sister Mary in the blaze 11 days ago.

Thomas is being released on the day removals for his family will take place in South County Dublin and will now be taken care of by his grandparents as well as extended family members.

The funeral service for his mum, dad and siblings will be held in Balally on Thursday.

They will be laid to rest in Wexford on Friday.

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