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Teenager hospitalised after stabbing at south Dublin Luas stop last night

The incident occurred at around 10pm.

Glencairn Luas stop in Leopardstown.
Glencairn Luas stop in Leopardstown.
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GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING a serious assault after a teenager received an alleged stab wound at a Luas stop in South Dublin last night.

The assault took place at Glencairn Luas Stop in Leopardstown at approximately 10pm yesterday.

A male teenager was approached by a group of males. During an altercation with one other male, he allegedly received a stab wound.

He was taken to St Vincent’s Hospital by ambulance.

No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.

Comments have been closed due to ongoing investigations.

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