Female Garda in hospital after patrol car rammed by stolen car; Two men charged

Female Garda in hospital after patrol car rammed by stolen car; Two men charged

Two men have appeared in court this evening in connection with the ramming of a Garda car in Dublin.

A female Garda, injured in the incident in Ballyfermot, is being treated in hospital.

The Garda was injured after a patrol car was rammed by a stolen car in Ballyfermot.

The female officer is said to have suffered non-life-threatening injuries and is receiving treatment in St James' Hospital this evening.

Three men were arrested at the scene of the lunchtime incident - one in his late teens and two others in their twenties.

Two of them have been charged in connection with the theft of the vehicle and have appeared at the Central Criminal Court this evening.

The third has been charged in relation to a separate investigation and has been released - he is due to appear in court at a later date.


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