Gardaí investigating Tallaght stabbing leaves man with serious injuries

Gardaí investigating Tallaght stabbing leaves man with serious injuries
The scene on Brookview Drive, Tallaght this morning where a man suffered serious injuries after being stabbed last night. Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

Gardaí are investigating a stabbing in Tallaght in Dublin.

It happened at Brookview Drive at around 6.50pm yesterday.

A man in his 20s is being treated at Tallaght Hospital for serious injuries.

Detectives say the scene is being preserved and they are appealing for witnesses to contact them.

- Digital Desk

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