Gardaí investigating after attacker injures two men with a knife and hammer in Wexford

Gardaí investigating after attacker injures two men with a knife and hammer in Wexford

Gardaí are investigating two serious assaults in Wexford last night.

The attacks took place in the Crossfarnogue estate of Kilmore Quay at around 1.20pm.

A man in his 20s was assaulted following a row and received knife injuries to his hand.

The attacker is then believed to have attacked another man with a hammer shortly afterwards.

Both victims were taken to Wexford General Hospital, and no arrests have been made.

Investigations are ongoing.

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