Dublin shooting: Man who had been living in Northern Ireland fighting for life after Clonshaugh Road attack
A man who had been living in Northern Ireland has been shot in north Dublin.
The victim, aged in his late 20s, was rushed to hospital following the gun attack at a petrol station on the Clonshaugh Road at about 1.30pm.
Gardai said a black car was seen leaving the area following the shooting.
It is understood the man was shot a number of times, but that he was able to speak when emergency services arrived at the scene.
Detectives appealed for witnesses or anyone with information to come forward.
Early indications are that the attack is related to the ongoing Kinahan-Hutch feud.
The Irish Independent reports that the victim has escaped a number of previous attempts on his life and was questioned by gardaí over the Regency Hotel shooting in February 2016.
He had been travelling in a Northern Ireland-registered car, and it is understood he had been living in Newry.
He is originally from Dublin's north inner city.