Girl's Sudden Death of the Street.

On Sunday evening, between 7 and 8 o'clock, whilst Mary Anne Slevin, aged 16 years, daughter of a painter residing on Longford street, was engaged in conversion with some companions in Grafton street she was suddenly siezed with a fit and fell to the ground. She was taken by Constable 152 B on a car to Mercer's Hospital, where life was pronounced extinct.

Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland), May 31, 1902.