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Woman (22) due in court over Ennis stabbing

A woman was seriously injured during the incident in which she was stabbed on the grounds of a primary school in the town.

A 22-YEAR-OLD WOMAN is due in court this morning over a stabbing in Ennis on Saturday evening.

A woman aged 23 was seriously injured in the assault just after 5pm on 13 April on the grounds of a primary school in the town.

She was brought to the Midwestern Regional Hospital before being transferred to Cork University Hospital to be treated for her injuries.

The woman charged in connection with the assault will appear at a special sitting of Ennis District Court at 10am.

Gardaí have appealed for any witnesses who were in the vicinity of Friar’s Walk, Station Road, the shopping centre car park or the primary school between 4.30pm and 5pm on Saturday to contact them.

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