Miraculously, workers at the Maternity Hospital in Cork have been able to get through this morning without any major injury.
The hospital is closed today but a nurse has managed to get into the hospital to care for two patients.
The workers, who were injured in the earthquake, are now receiving treatment in a hospital.
The staff at the hospital are now caring for two babies who were born at the same time.
They are in critical condition, the hospital has confirmed.
Three workers were killed and six others were injured after the earthquake struck on Saturday.
The accident happened in the area of the hospital where the women were working, at about 4am.
The emergency services are investigating.
Maternity hospital has been closed today.
The first victim of the earthquake is believed to be a baby who died on Saturday afternoon.
The second child was born on Sunday.
A total of 23 people were injured, including seven people who were taken to hospital for treatment.
One of the injured is a woman who was killed.
She is now in a stable condition, a spokeswoman for the hospital said.
The other two workers have been discharged from hospital.
One baby died on Sunday and another is in critical care.
A woman who suffered a serious injury while trying to help her friends and family is now receiving medical treatment at the emergency services.
The quake was felt as far away as Dublin.
There is a lot of damage and the water is still rising, but there is nothing like that at home, said Sean O’Neill, the head of the Dublin City Council’s disaster and emergency management department.
A number of people have been trapped in the rubble of their homes, he said.
People have been told to stay away from the area.
The area around the Mato Grosso earthquake site is closed due to the quake.
A spokesman for the Health Service Executive said: “There are significant structural damage and a number of workers were injured when the earthquake hit.”
Emergency services are on site and working to restore order.
“Cork City Council said: “We have been in touch with the Mater Hospital staff and their families, and the hospital will be open tomorrow morning for staff and residents.
“All the hospital’s emergency services personnel have been evacuated and are safe.”
We ask people to respect the safety of our colleagues and families.
We are working with our emergency services partners to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the public.
“Catherine Murphy, a spokesperson for the Cork City Council, said that residents should keep their distance from the Margo area of Mater, which is a major commercial area and is a popular tourist destination.
She said that a number residents are concerned about their safety, and that they are asked to remain indoors.”
Residents should remain vigilant and be mindful of the risks of exposure and avoid the area,” she said.”
The Margo district remains open as normal and the area is still open for visitors.
“The Mato grosso area of south-eastern Ireland is home to the largest number of earthquakes in Ireland.