Gardai keeping “open mind” after boy (4) suffers life threatening injuries during “fall” at Limerick house
Gardai keeping an “open mind” after boy (4) suffers life-threatening injuries during “fall” at Limerick’s house.
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GARDAÍ said they are keeping an “open mind” in an investigation they launched at the weekend after a boy was found with “life-threatening injuries” at a house in Limerick.
The four-year-old boy is said to have sustained critical injuries during a fall at a house at Rathbone, located on the south of Limerick City, last Saturday.
Informed sources said the boy suffered “a significant head injury.”
The boy was initially rushed by ambulance to University Hospital Limerick before being transferred to Cork University Hospital. Later on, he was transferred to Temple Street Children’s Hospital, where he remains in a “severe” condition.
“Gardaí at Roxboro Road, Limerick, are investigating all the circumstances surrounding an incident where a male child (4 years) sustained serious life-threatening injuries at a house in Rathbone, Limerick on Saturday, 13th March 2020,” a garda spokesman said.
“Investigating Gardaí are maintaining an open mind in this investigation, and An Garda Síochána is not providing any further information at this time,” they added.