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A garda near the scene of the alleged stabbing. Eimer McAuley/The Journal

Teenager stabbed in incident at Jervis Street Luas stop in Dublin city centre

The incident happened shortly after 5pm with one man being taken to hospital with serious injuries.


GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING a serious stabbing near Jervis Street Luas Stop in Dublin city centre, sources have confirmed.

Sources have said that the incident happened shortly after 4pm with one man being taken to hospital with serious injuries. 

Gardaí have sealed off the area for a forensic examination and Luas operators closed services on the Red Line between Smithfield and The Point/Connolly for a time.

A garda spokesperson said: “Shortly after 4pm on Sunday, 19th May 2024, Gardaí were alerted to an incident on Liffey Street.

“A male in his late teens  injured during the incident and was found on Jervis Street. He was transported by ambulance to the Mater Hospital, his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. The scene was examined by local scene of crime officers and Jervis Street has since fully reopened to traffic.

“Anyone with information is asked to contact Store Street Garda Station at 01 666 8000 or the Garda Confidential Line at 1800 666 111.”

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