Eliza-Mae Mullane
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Eliza-Mae's parents say she will 'always be in our hearts'

The parents of a six-day-old baby who died at a house in Carmarthenshire where a dog was later seized have paid tribute to a "dearly loved daughter".

Eliza-Mae Mullane from Pontyberem was flown to hospital in Cardiff on Tuesday but doctors were unable to save her.

Her parents Sharon John and Patrick Mullane, said they would cherish the short time they had with her, adding "she will always be in our hearts."

The family's pet Alaskan Malamute Nisha has been seized by police.

Hywel Griffith reports.

  • 19 Feb 2014
  • From the section Wales
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