Man seriously ill after possible Dublin hit-and-run

Man seriously ill after possible Dublin hit-and-run

Gardaí are investigating the possibility that a man discovered with serious head injuries on a roadside in north county Dublin was a victim of a hit-and-run.

The man in his 20s was found on the Skerries/Rush road around 2kms from Loughshinney in the early hours of this morning.

He has been removed to Beaumont Hospital and is said to be in a serious condition.

Gardaí found debris near where the man was discovered, which may indicate he was the victim of a hit-amd-run.

Gardaí in Balbriggan are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.


More in this Section

Nearly 500 gardaí have faced disciplinary action in less than three yearsNearly 500 gardaí have faced disciplinary action in less than three years

Support for Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil down in latest pollSupport for Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil down in latest poll

The Lotto results are in...The Lotto results are in...

McDonald promises referendum on united Ireland within five years if Sinn Féin enter powerMcDonald promises referendum on united Ireland within five years if Sinn Féin enter power


Lifestyle

Kate Tempest’s Vicar Street show began with the mother of all selfie moments. The 33 year-old poet and rapper disapproves of mid-concert photography and instructed the audience to get their snap-happy impulses out of the way at the outset. What was to follow would, she promised, be intense. We should give ourselves to the here and now and leave our phones in our pockets.Kate Tempest dives deep and dark in Dublin gig

Des O'Sullivan examines the lots up for auction in Bray.A Week in Antiques: Dirty tricks and past political campaigns

Following South Africa’s deserved Rugby World Cup victory I felt it was about time that I featured some of their wines.Wine with Leslie Williams

All your food news.The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

More From The Irish Examiner