Man injured in Dublin stabbing
Gardai said the incident happened in the early hours of Friday morning on St Stephen’s Green North near Grafton Street.
A man has been taken to hospital after a stabbing incident in Dublin city centre.
Gardai said the incident happened at St Stephen’s Green North, near Grafton Street, at about 4am on Friday morning.
The man, aged in his thirties, was injured in the leg and arm. He was taken to St James’s Hospital in the capital to be treated for minor injuries.
No arrests have been made.
The scene was sealed off by gardai which caused disruption for early-morning commuters.
⚠️Green Line Alert: Due to a non Luas related incident trams are unable to pass the main entrance to St. Stephens Green. Trams are only running from Brides Glen to St. Stephens Green and from Broombridge to Dawson. Trams are running at reduced frequency as a result.— Luas (@Luas) July 26, 2019
Trams travelling along the Luas green line were unable to pass through the Grafton Street and St Stephen’s Green junction for a number of hours.
The line has since reopened and the service between Dawson and St Stephen’s Green stops has resumed.