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Monday, 4 October 2010

Victim on life-support machine after gang attack - The Irish Times - Mon, Oct 04, 2010

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Victim on life-support machine after gang attack - The Irish Times - Mon, Oct 04, 2010: "MAN is on a life-support machine after he was attacked by a gang on his way to work at the weekend.
Members of the gang had been drinking all night, it is understood, and punched and kicked the victim into a coma.
Gardaí are trying to establish if an iron bar or other implements were used by the gang that carried out the early-morning attack in Coolock, north Dublin.
The victim, a 27-year-old Polish man, was on his way to begin working at 5am on Saturday in a fish processing plant when he was attacked, sustaining near-fatal head injuries.
He has been on a life-support machine since the assault and his family in Poland have been told by medical staff he is gravely ill. Some family members travelled from Poland yesterday to be at his bedside.
Gardaí believe they know the identities of the men who were at the scene and either witnessed the gang attack or participated in it.
A number of houses in the Coolock area were searched on Saturday and yesterday. Gardaí confiscated clothing and footwear they believe was worn by the attackers.
These items are now being analysed by members of the Garda Technical Bureau in the hope they may yield evidence linking the suspects to the attack."

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