Man receives serious head injuries in Tallaght assault

Man receives serious head injuries in Tallaght assault

A man is in a critical condition after being assaulted in Tallaght, Dublin.

The victim, who is in his 20s, was attacked at a premises on the Blessington Road at around six yesterday evening.

He received serious head injuries and has been taken to Tallaght Hospital for treatment.

Gardaí say investigations are ongoing.

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