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Romanian National Who Handed Himself In After Serious Hit-And-Run Has Been Released Without Charge

By Darragh Berry

February 20, 2018 at 9:42am

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The Irish Independent is reporting that a man who handed himself in to be questioned over a serious hit-and-run incident has been let go without charge. 

A Romanian national handed himself into offices and made "full admissions" regarding his involvement in the collision. 

The man was said to be extremely remorseful over what happened and was questioned for a number of hours before being released. 

Dylon Fitzgibbon - a 24-year-old man - was left with serious head wounds following the suspected hit and run accident. 

The man was discovered on the side of the road at Parnell Rd/Clogher Rd Dublin 12 at around 5.55am and was rushed to St. James' hospital. 

It is understood the man left Camden St at around 4:30am and walked towards Portobello, Harrington St, South Circular Rd, Harold’s Cross Bridge, Parnell Rd and Clogher Rd. 

He has since been released from hospital after making a good recovery.  

Anyone with any more information should contact Sundrive Rd Garda Station on 01 666 6600, the Garda Confidential Line 1-800-666 -111 or any Garda Station.

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