Man arrested after suspected hit and run in Wexford

Man arrested after suspected hit and run in Wexford

Gardaí in Wexford have launched an investigation after a man in his 40s was seriously injured in a suspected hit and run.

He was found injured on the ground last night after Gardai responded to reports of a fight between a group of men in Enniscorthy.

The victim was taken to Wexford General Hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

He was reportedly hit by a Silver Opel Meriva outside St Senan's Primary School which then left the scene.

Another man in his 40s has been arrested and is now being questioned by gardaí.

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