Boy rushed to hospital 'after being attacked by dogs' at house in Dublin

22/03/2020 23:08:00

The child was seriously injured in the incident

Boy, 8, rushed to hospital 'after being attacked by dogs' at house in Tallaght, Dublin

The child was seriously injured in the incident

A boy was rushed to hospital this afternoon after he was reportedly attacked by dogs.Source: TheJournal.A cheeky seven-year-old has written a hilariously angry letter to coronavirus - branding it 'the f word' for ruining his birthday.A 15 year-old boy has been killed after an earthquake struck Croatia.

The child, eight, was seriously injured in the incident, which took place at a house in Tallaght, Dublin at around 4pm on Sunday, March 22.The child was taken to Tallaght Hospital and has since been removed to Children's Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin.People living in Ringsend in Dublin city today made the most of their time apart by playing a game of bingo.Gardai said in a statement that the dog warden has been notified and the dogs have been confiscated.Luka asked musician mum Liz to help him pen a letter to the disease - but she was left in hysterics when he branded it 'the f word' for putting an end to his birthday plans.A full investigation into this incident is now underway by gardai at Tallaght Garda Station.It might not be the most efficient bingo in the world, but difficult times call for a bit of al fresco bingo.."We got a call about a collapsed building.

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