Man, 30s, seriously injured following stabbing in Dublin

Man, 30s, seriously injured following stabbing in Dublin

A man in his late 30s has been brought to hospital after being seriously assaulted in Dublin.

Gardaí believe he suffered a number of stab wounds in the attack shortly before 7am this morning.

It happened outside a house on Oakwood Grove in Clondalkin.

The man was then taken to Tallaght University Hospital with serious injuries.

No arrests have yet been made and investigations are ongoing.

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