Gardaí detain one over death of man in his 60s

Gardaí detain one over death of man in his 60s

Gardai have begun an investigation following the death of a man in Dublin last night.

The man, who was aged in his 60s, died at a property in Terenure.

The State Pathologist’s office has been alerted and the scene has been preserved pending a forensic examination.

A man in his 30s was arrested at the house.

It is understood that a group of people had gathered to watch the Ireland v Wales rugby match at a flat in Terenure.

An ambulance was called to the scene at about 5.45pm yesterday.

The man was taken to St James’s Hospital where he died later.


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