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08th Mar 2022

Two women hospitalised after shooting in Dublin

They’re doing okay.

Two women have been left injured after a gun went off at a busy road in Clondalkin, Dublin yesterday morning, according to The Mirror.

The incident occurred at around 9.45 am on the junction of Oak Road and Nangor Road, according to Gardaí.

The women were hit by the shots as they sat in their car, but their injuries are said to be non-life threatening.

They are both women in their 30s and have been brought to St. James Hospital for treatment.

Gardaí are now launching an investigation into the incident and the nature of it has yet to be determined.

In a statement, officers said: “Gardaí in Clondalkin are investigating a firearms incident that occurred at the junction of Oak Road/Nangor Road, Clondalkin this morning Monday 7th March 2022 at approximately 9.45 am.

“A firearm was discharged at a car and shattered the windows.

“The female driver and passenger (30s) received non-life-threatening injuries.

“They attended St. James Hospital for treatment.”