ireBREAKING NEWS: The man, who is thought to have been living in Dublin, had recently returned from Sierra Leone. Locals, who named the man as Dessie Quinn, may have been getting treatment for suspected malaria, although it is not thought that he was an inpatient at any medical facility. It is believed that the father-of-one, who was between 43 and 45 years old, was originally from Doorin, outside the Mountcharles area, near Donegal town. He is thought to have been visiting relatives in Co Donegal when he was taken ill. One source believed he was working for a telecommunications company in the west African country and had returned to Ireland within the last few weeks. The Health Service Executive (HSE) would only say the remains of a person who recently returned from an area of Africa hit by the outbreak were found in Co Donegal this morning. A HSE spokesman said: “Until a diagnosis is confirmed, and as a precautionary measure, the individual’s remains will stay in the mortuary pending the laboratory results which are expected late tomorrow.” More