Two injured in Dublin shooting

Two injured in Dublin shooting

Two men have been injured following a gun attack in Dublin.

It happened on River Road in Cabra at 9.20am this morning.

It is understood that the two gunmen, who were on foot, approached the men and opened fire.

The victims were rushed to hospital where their condition is not believed to be life-threatening.

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