Mother, 30, dies three days after she was attacked at her home in Ireland
Mother, 30, dies three days after she was & # 39; attacked & # 39; in her home in Ireland while her six year old daughter slept
- Nadine Lott was attacked at her home in the early hours of Saturday morning
- The attacker left her with & # 39; serious injuries & # 39; before she fled and a car crashed
- Mrs. Lott was taken to St. Vincent & # 39; s Hospital in Dublin, where she died yesterday
A mother allegedly beaten in a 4-hour attack at her home in Ireland died in the hospital.
Nadine Lott, 30, died yesterday at around 6 p.m. in St Vincent & # 39; s Hospital, Dublin, where she had been in a serious condition since Saturday morning.
Mrs. Lott, from Arklow, County Wicklow, and studied beauty therapy, was found seriously injured at home in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A post-mortem investigation is expected to take place today as her friends mourn a & # 39; devastating and tragic loss & # 39 ;.
Victim: Nadine Lott died in the hospital three days after she was attacked in her house in the early hours of Saturday morning while her six-year-old daughter slept
According to the Irish Independent, Mrs. Lott was attacked while her six-year-old daughter slept in the apartment.
Daniel Murtagh, 32, of Clondalkin, was arrested Monday afternoon and taken to Bray District Court where he was charged with assaulting Lott.
According to the garda police, he may now be more seriously charged.
Mr Murtagh was brought to court shortly before 3 p.m. on Monday, accompanied by a uniformed Garda and two detectives.
An officer told the court that Mr. Murtagh & # 39; sorry & # 39; said when he was told that he was accused of mistreatment of Mrs. Lott.
Judge David Kennedy provided legal aid, but refused bail and sent Mr. Murtagh into custody to appear at Cloverhill Court tomorrow.
The suspect was arrested on Saturday at Tallaght Hospital after apparently crashing his car in Laragh three hours after the alleged attack that morning.
A detective told the court that the charge is an attack that causes serious damage, but there is now the possibility of a more serious charge.
Critical condition: Nadine Lott (photo) died after being attacked in a & # 39; horrible & # 39; 4-hour attack at night at her home in Ireland
He added that the maximum penalty for mistreatment that causes serious damage can be life imprisonment.
Mr Murtagh is concerned with social welfare and received free legal assistance.
Irish legislator Simon Harris said: “My thoughts are with Nadine and her family and friends tonight.
& # 39; A devastating and tragic loss for them and for the entire community. & # 39;
The charity Women & Ireland's Aid Ireland said: & We are heartache and angry to hear of Nadine's death. & # 39;
Hundreds of people joined candlelight on Monday evening for Mrs. Lott in Arklow, where a choir group sang hymns and mourning observed silence for a moment.
Many people cried and hugged each other while hundreds of people placed candles on the fountain and the music tent of the city.
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