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Ongar

Teenager stabbed in Dublin pizza restaurant

He was removed to James Connolly Memorial Hospital with injuries described as non life-threatening.

A TEENAGER WAS taken to hospital last night after being stabbed in a west Dublin pizza restaurant.

The young man was stabbed in a branch of Dominos Pizza in Ongar, near Blanchardstown, around 8pm last night.

He was removed to James Connolly Memorial Hospital with injuries described as non life-threatening.

Gardaí in Blanchardstown are investigating the incident and no arrests have been made. Anyone with any information can contact them on 666-7000.

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