Boy airlifted to Tallaght Hospital after rock fall

Boy airlifted to Tallaght Hospital after rock fall
Tallaght Hospital

A 12-year-old boy was airlifted to hospital after he fall from rocks in Dublin earlier today.

The incident happened in the Shankill area of south Dublin at around 5.45pm.

The Greystones Coastguard Unit and the Search and Rescue Helicopter from Dublin were involved in the operation.

The boy was airlifted to Tallaght Hospital where it is understood he is being treated for non life threatening injuries.


More in this Section

FG and FF set to ‘love-bomb’ GreensFG and FF set to ‘love-bomb’ Greens

Alan Kelly becomes Labour party leaderAlan Kelly becomes Labour party leader

Northern Ireland in line for five million items of PPE from LondonNorthern Ireland in line for five million items of PPE from London

'We have other lines,' says Tony Holohan as doctors urge Govt to come clean over PPE supplies'We have other lines,' says Tony Holohan as doctors urge Govt to come clean over PPE supplies


Lifestyle

Sorting out Posh Cork for ages!Ask Audrey: 'I'll end up looking like a woman from Kanturk'

Cork architect Loïc Dehaye tells Eve Kelliher how he created his dream home from a blank canvas.'It was like this house was waiting for us': Cork architect talks creating his dream home

Keeping to a routine can be difficult for people in quarantine.Life on the inside: 10 ways to start your day right in lockdown

Who needs a gym when you can look in your kitchen cupboards for equipment instead?Don’t have weights for working out? These household objects will do the trick

More From The Irish Examiner