Gardaí investigate after teenager reportedly attacked with knives, bats and golf clubs

Gardaí investigate after teenager reportedly attacked with knives, bats and golf clubs

Gardaí are investigating a serious assault in Crumlin in Dublin.

A teenager was stabbed during the attack last night.

Detectives at Crumlin Garda Station say they are investigating the serious public order incident and attack.

It happened on St Agnes Road at around 7.30pm yesterday evening.

A 19-year-old man was stabbed during the assault and was rushed to St James' Hospital.

It is reported he was set upon by up to 10 people who used weapons including knives, bats and golf clubs.

However, Gardaí say his injuries are not life threatening.

No arrests have been made and officers are appealing to anyone with information to come forward.

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