Police are investigating the "unexplained" deaths of three children whose bodies were discovered in a home in Co Dublin.
The bodies of Conor, nine, Darragh, seven, and Carla, three, were removed from the semi-detached home by ambulance at around 10am on Saturday.
A forensic examination of the property is underway while Gardai are also awaiting the results of a post-mortem which is expected to take place today.
The woman was taken to Tallaght hospital for treatment.
The youth was taken from the scene by vehicle to Malahide Garda Station where he was treated by Garda ASU members.
Conor, Darragh and Carla McGinley's Autopsy WERE-AM Completers by Assistant State Pathobiology Bolsters at the City on Sabbatianos evening.
'The outcomes of the blog post mortem will certainly figure out the reason of fatality of the threechildren A family members intermediary policeman has actually been designated and also touches with the father and also the expanded household'.
Flowers at the house on Parson’s Court Newcastle Co Dublin where the children were found dead
It is understood gardai are not looking for anyone else in relation to the incident.
No arrests have been made.
Gardai said a family liaison officer was in contact with Mr McGinley and the extended family.
It is believed the children's father, Andrew McGinley, was not at the home at the time.
The local councillor, Emer Higgins, described the events as an "unimaginable tragedy".
"My thoughts are with everybody impacted", said the Fine Gael representative.
'It's so bad. It's extraordinary that three young individuals's lives can be interrupted like that, in what appears to be an especially bad situation'.
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