Ireland Gardaí hunt attacker who left man (21) fighting for life

16:20  11 april  2017
16:20  11 april  2017 Source:

Man left in critical condition after early-morning assault

  Man left in critical condition after early-morning assault Gardai are appealing for witnesses after a man was critically injured in an assault in Co Monaghan this morning. The unconscious man was found by gardai lying on the road after he was attacked on Main Street, Carrickmacross, shortly before 4am.The injured man received medical assistance at the scene before being taken to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda. He has since been transferred to Beaumont Hospital where his condition is described as critical.The suspect is believed to have fled the scene on foot via an alleyway off Main Street, Carrickmacross.The scene was preserved and technically examined.

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TJ Duffy TJ Duffy Gardaí are still on the hunt for the attacker in a serious assault in Monaghan that left a young man fighting for his life with head injuries.

TJ Duffy (21), from Ardee, Co Louth, was rushed to Beaumont Hospital where he underwent brain surgery over the weekend.

Mr Duffy suffered serious head injuries when he was assaulted outside a Paddy Power bookmakers, close to Fiddlers nightclub, in Carrickmacross on Saturday.

The incident occurred shortly before 4am.

A Garda spokesperson told the Irish Independent that the incident was still under investigation.

No arrests have been made.

They said that Mr Duffy was still in a critically injured state.

It is not yet known if Mr Duffy's head injuries happened from being hit or from falling on the ground after being hit.

He was found shortly after the incident by a passer-by who alerted gardaí.

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