A person has been hospitalised after being subjected to a severe assault in Tallaght, west Dublin. The sufferer, who’s in his 40s, sustained severe head accidents and has been transferred for specialist head trauma remedy to Beaumont Hospital, north Dublin.
The incident comes simply days after Assistant Commissioner Anne Marie Cagney, who’s accountable for policing in Dublin, revealed whereas crime ranges within the capital had not but returned to pre-pandemic ranges, assaults inflicting severe hurt had bucked that development. They have been nearly 10 per cent increased within the first 4 months of this 12 months.
The newest severe assault now below investigation occurred at a playground in Mac Uilliam property, Tallaght, late on Saturday evening.
The alarm was raised by native individuals at round 11.40pm and when gardaí and paramedics arrived they discovered the sufferer unconscious and having sustained head accidents.
“He was removed from the scene by ambulance to Tallaght Hospital. He has since been transferred to Beaumont Hospital where his condition is understood to be serious,” Garda Headquarters, Phoenix Park, Dublin, stated in a quick assertion.
The scene has been sealed off and was present process an examination by the Garda Technical Bureau on Sunday. No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.
As a part of the inquiry gardaí in Tallaght are interesting to anybody who was within the space final evening, or who’ve have recorded footage on their cell phone or on car dashcam, to return ahead and share the photographs.
Anyone with info can contact Tallaght Garda station (01) 666 6000 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111.