Man in his 80s dies in Dublin beach incident
Emergency services attended the scene after the man got into trouble in the water
A man has died following an incident on a beach in Dublin this morning.
The man, aged in his 80s, received treatment at the scene and was taken to St Vincent’s Hospital where he later died.
A garda spokesperson said gardaí and emergency services attended an incident after a man got into difficulty in the water at Killiney Beach in Dublin earlier this morning.
Dublin Coast Guard said it was alerted to the incident this morning.
A spokesperson said: "The helicopter rescue 116 landed on the beach, the man was then taken away by road ambulance and brought to St Vincent’s Hospital.”
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