Man, 30s, due in court after serious assault in Cork

Man, 30s, due in court after serious assault in Cork

Gardaí have charged a man in his 30s following a serious assault in Cork.

The incident happened at a car park in Sleaveen East in Macroom in the early hours of Thursday morning.

As a result, a man in his 70s was treated at Cork University Hospital for serious injuries.

A man charged in connection with the incident is to appear before a Special Sitting of Bantry District Court this afternoon.

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