Emma Burns death: Parents pay tribute

Emma Burns
Image caption Emma Burns was taken to hospital but died four days later

The parents of a woman who died from head injuries after being found at a house on Merseyside have paid tribute to a "generous and bubbly" daughter.

Emma Burns, 31, died on 2 November, four days after she was found by police on Portrush Street, Tuebrook.

James Donoghue, 34, from Walton, has been charged with her murder.

In a statement, her parents John and Pauline said: "She was a very kind, generous and bubbly person and so full of energy and fun."

They added: "Emma was very close to her family and only lived round the corner from us. If we hadn't seen her for a day, we would miss her.

"Emma was absolutely beautiful and would turn heads wherever she went. If she walked into a room, old and young alike would look up."

"We had so many happy times as a family, it is comforting to be able to look back at all the old pictures," they said.

"She was bubbly, always looking out for others and making us laugh. That was just our Emma."

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