Gardaí investigating sexual assault in Dublin

Gardaí investigating sexual assault in Dublin

Gardaí in Dublin are investigating allegations of a sexual assault on a woman.

It is alleged to have happened in the early hours of yesterday morning in the Dublin 2 area.

According to a number of media reports this morning, the woman was taken to the Sexual Assault Treatment Unit at the Rotunda Hospital.

No arrests have been made and investigations are continuing.

- Digital Desk

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