Before the twins and big sister were killed in a “violent incident” at home, there were cries for help.

Pictures of the victims have been released; they were allegedly killed at their family home by a man who also allegedly killed their older sister.

In the wee hours of September 4 in Tallaght, Dublin, a 25-year-old man is said to have attacked eight-year-old twins Chelsea and Christy Cawley and their 18-year-old sister Lisa Cash.

Their mother, a woman in her 40s, was admitted to the hospital but, according to Irish police, has since been released.

After police released CCTV of a gunman fleeing, Olivia Pratt-Korbel’s murderer was arrested.

A new update from the garda was provided this evening, according to a garda spokesperson: “Garda in Tallaght continue to look into all the circumstances surrounding the deaths of Lisa Cash Christy and Chelsea Cawley at a home in Rossfield Estate, Tallaght, on Sunday.

Their mother, a woman in her 40s, was hospitalised but police in Ireland have said she has been released

“Their mother, a 40-year-old woman, was recently discharged from the hospital and is now being supported by her family. She continues to receive updates on the status of this investigation from the Family Liaison Officer.

“Their 14-year-old brother is still being treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries at Tallaght University Hospital.

“The scene is still being kept in tact for the Garda Technical Bureau’s forensic investigation.

“State Pathologist Dr. Sally Anne Collis will perform post mortems on the bodies of the deceased this afternoon and tomorrow.

The young adult male who was detained on the scene is still being held at Tallaght Garda Station in accordance with Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act of 1984.

Several residents who saw the horrifying scenes thought it was “shocking.”

One man described hearing screaming coming from the house and a woman yelling “help me, help me,” according to the Irish Mirror.

During the incident, a window in the home’s upstairs bedroom was also broken.

Local Fianna Fail councilor Charlie O’Connor said the incident shocked the community while speaking from the scene this morning.

“I began receiving calls early this morning and I picked up what was going,” he said.

“I was deeply shocked, the community is shocked. We obviously need to consider the family and express our sympathy to them, and we hope they receive the support they require.

“As you might anticipate, the garda on the scene are also extremely shocked.

This is a truly terrible tragedy, not just here in Rossfield but also throughout the greater Tallaght area.

When commenting on the incident’s nature, the coroner’s office and the office of the state pathologist described it as “violent, challenging, and traumatic.”

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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