Two due in court after fatal Limerick stabbing

Two due in court after fatal Limerick stabbing

Two men will appear in court this evening charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Co Limerick.

The 31-year-old victim was stabbed to death on Thursday night at a house in the Grove area of Pallasgreen after he reportedly tried to intervene in an attack on a woman.

The 34-year-old woman also received stab wounds during the incident.

The two men - aged 20 and 32 - were arrested at the scene.

They are due to appear before Limerick District Court at around 6pm this evening.


More in this Section

Expert says Ireland experiencing a hidden allergy health crisisExpert says Ireland experiencing a hidden allergy health crisis

Howlin denies party has changed stance on discussing coalition with Sinn FéinHowlin denies party has changed stance on discussing coalition with Sinn Féin

'There will be blood on HSE’s hands' if West Cork hospital services are downgraded, public meeting told'There will be blood on HSE’s hands' if West Cork hospital services are downgraded, public meeting told

Author warns of wave of unfriendliness descending on Irish peopleAuthor warns of wave of unfriendliness descending on Irish people


Lifestyle

The benefits of cutting down on booze can last way beyond the new year. Lauren Taylor finds out more about strategies to help make the change stick.Beyond Dry January: Is it time to reassess our relationship with alcohol in the longer term?

More From The Irish Examiner