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Man stabbed four times in Dublin car park

The man is in the Mater Hospital in a stable condition.

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GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING after a 30-year-old-man was stabbed four times in Dublin last night.

The incident occurred in the car park of Island Key apartments in East Wall on the north side of the city at around 9.20pm.

A garda spokesperson confirmed that the man was taken to the Mater Hospital after he was injured in the leg and the upper body. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

It is believed that the man was stabbed four times – in the leg, back and twice in the arm. A wound on his leg is believed to be serious.

Both fire and ambulance crews as well as gardaí responded to a call to the scene last night.

- With reporting from Michelle Hennessy. 

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