Suspect Charged in Dublin's Phoenix Park Stabbings

Nine people were hurt during a concert event headlined by Swedish House Mafia

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July 9, 2012 11:15 AM ET

After nine people were hurt during a show at Dublin's Phoenix Park, a 23-year-old man has been charged in connection with multiple stabbings, reports the BBC. The attacks occurred on July 7th during a concert featuring Snoop Dogg, Calvin Harris, Tinie Tempah and headliners Swedish House Mafia.

Reports claim one man may have stabbed as many as four people and that three people who were stabbed were seriously injured, with one in critical condition. Over 45,000 people attended the event, with 30 people also arrested for various other offenses and one fatality from a suspected drug overdose.

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