Stabbed in head, shoulder, back; leg broken: Injuries sustained by two men in Meath attack

Two men are being treated hospital after they were stabbed in a hotel car park in Co Meath last night.

The two, believed to be from Brazil and Poland, are said to have non-life threatening injuries.

Gardaí were called after one of the men went into the City North Hotel in Gormonstown and asked for help just before 8pm.

One had knife injuries to his head and shoulder as well as a broken leg. The other had been stabbed in the back.

Both were taken by ambulance to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda, Co Louth.

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