It appears the hero has already left intensive care after risking her life to save children during the attack on a nursery in Dublin last week, reports Dublin Live.
More than a week after the horrific attack in which Leanne Flynn Keogh was stabbed multiple times while shielding toddlers from a knife, sources have confirmed her condition has improved enough to be moved from the ICU to the intensive care unit.
Dublin woman Flynn Keogh, 20, has been in intensive care at the city’s Mater Hospital since the attack at Muir Nursery in Galescoil Cholais, Parnell Square East, last Thursday – and it was feared she would not survive her injuries, reports Dublin Live.
Sources say Ms Flynn Keogh’s actions undoubtedly saved lives that day, and she almost paid the ultimate price for it.
“You would shudder to think what would have happened if Leanne didn’t act so quickly,” a source said, reports Dublin Live.
“She undoubtedly saved the lives of children that day,” the source added, reports Dublin Live.
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