Update: Garda in hospital after being stabbed in Galway

Update: Garda in hospital after being stabbed in Galway

Update 3.00pm: A Garda has been stabbed in Galway.

It happened just before 1pm in the Oranmore area.

The member of the armed response unit has been taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

A suspect was arrested and is being held at Mill Street station.

Gardaí remain at the scene.

Earlier: Garda in hospital after incident in Galway

A Garda has been injured in an incident in Galway.

He has been taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

A suspect has been arrested and is being held at Mill Street station.

Officers remain at the scene.


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