An Irish woman was reportedly stabbed to death by her boyfriend inside the New York City bar she worked at.

According to a New York City Police spokesperson, the victim, Sarah McNally, 41, was stabbed in the neck on Saturday.

Upon the police’s arrival, McNally and an unidentified man were found at the scene. The man had stab wounds to the back and neck.

Details of the cause of the incident are currently unknown, but witnesses reveal that McNally’s boyfriend was the attacker.

“She was just standing there talking, her boyfriend came in, and he just walked right in and stabbed her,” a female witness said. “Then he started trying to stab himself. Horrible. Just horrible”

According to the New York Post, witnesses also reveal that the suspect had a blade in each hand and was bleeding from his self-inflicted knife wounds.

Officers told him to drop the knives and tased him with their stun guns when he didn’t.

According to Daily Mail, both McNally and the suspect were transported to NYC Health + Hospitals Elmhurst in critical condition, where McNally was later pronounced dead. The investigation has been ongoing, and no arrest has been made.

According to the outlet, McNally had reportedly been living with her boyfriend and had no history of domestic violence.

Mike Lambe, 62, who lives in the neighborhood, revealed to the New York Post that McNally was a sweet, innocent girl from Longford who had worked at the bar for less than a year.

“She was innocent. It’s been getting worse and worse,” Lambe said.

Following the incident, Longford Municipal District Cathaoirleach, Cllr Martin Monahan, in a statement, maintains that the people of Longford will be saddened and shocked by the sudden demise of a young life.

“For such a young life to be so tragically ended in such violent circumstances,” Monahan said. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people in the Queens area of New York that knew her and her mother and father in Longford as well as her extended family.”