A Dublin maternity hospital is being accused of giving parents whose babies died the wrong bodies back.
A former mortician at Our Lady's Hospital in Crumlin says no proper records were kept of which remains belonged to what parents.
The woman, who worked at the hospital between 1988 and 1997, says some parents may have been given the wrong remains.
The hospital denies the claims, but admits no records were kept at the time.
The woman says she won't testify at the Dunne Inquiry into the retention of organs.