Doctors move young girl to Dublin hospital after Co. Clare incident
She remains in critical condition.
A Ukrainian girl, who was severely injured in an incident in Clare, has been moved to a Dublin hospital.
According to The Independent, she is still in a critical condition.
However, she is receiving "specialist treatment" at a Dublin hospital.
The young girl just started attending a local school weeks ago. Both she and her mother were staying at a centre for refugees after fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Emergency services were called to a house in Clarecastle before 8 am on September 28th.
They found the young girl and her mother at the scene. The woman, aged in her 40s, was unconscious when they found her.
They were both taken to University Hospital Limerick in a critical condition.
According to reports, the young girl suffered severe stab wounds.
Gardaí are now "investigating all the circumstances" following the horrifying incident.
A Senior Investigating officer will oversee the investigation
Gardaí have asked witnesses to contact them at Ennis Garda Station on 065 6848100.
Witnesses can also contact the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
A family liaison officer is supporting the girl's loved ones.
We're keeping both the girl and her mother in our thoughts during this harrowing time.