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  •   Home > News > Education

    Eyewitnesses to a stabbing outside a Dublin school have described the incident as bedlam

    Eyewitnesses to a stabbing outside a Dublin school have described the incident as bedlam

    Three young children, as well as a man and woman, are in hospital after the early afternoon incident -- the man is being treated as a person of interest.

    Police say the incident appears to be isolated, and are confident it's not terror-related.

    Witness Siobhan Kearney told RTE they got the children to safety, and formed a ring to stop the attacker.

    She says a young man tackled him, removing his knife, while another kicked the knife over to a green and guarded it until the Police came.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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