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Public appeal Gardai probing cause of 'very serious' head injury to man in Limerick

The man was unable to tell gardai what happened to him.

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The Scene at Westfield park, Limerick, which was sealed of by Gardai after a man was found with serious head Injuries.  Photo: Brendan Gleeson

The Scene at Westfield park, Limerick, which was sealed of by Gardai after a man was found with serious head Injuries. Photo: Brendan Gleeson

The Scene at Westfield park, Limerick, which was sealed of by Gardai after a man was found with serious head Injuries. Photo: Brendan Gleeson

GARDAI are seeking to establish the cause of a severe head injury sustained by a man discovered walking on the Ennis Road in Limerick on Friday evening.

At approximately 10pm, officers received reports of a man in his 30s walking with what appeared to be an injury.

On arriving at the scene, gardai discovered that the man had suffered a substantial gash to the rear of his head.

The man was unable to tell gardai what happened to him.

He was treated at the scene, before being transferred to University Hospital Limerick.

His condition yesterday was described as very serious.

A technical examination of the scene in the Westfield Park area was taking place yesterday.

Mayorstone Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the incident which led to the injuries to come forward.

They are particularly appealing to anyone who was in the Westfield Park and Ennis Road areas yesterday evening between the hours of 8pm and 10pm, who may have camera footage to make it available.

Anyone with any information in relation to this incident is asked to contact Mayorstone Garda Station on 061-456980, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any station.

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