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Five hospitalised after Crash on Dunluce Road, Bushmills

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Five people were taken to hospital last night after a serious two-vehicle collision on the Dunluce Road in Bushmills last night.

A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said:

“Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) received a call at 6:37pm to a report of a 2 vehicle road traffic collision at the Dunluce Road area of Coleraine yesterday evening (Thursday 3rd March).

“2 Fire Appliances from Portrush Fire Station and one Fire Appliance from Coleraine Fire Station were deployed to the scene. Firefighters using thermal imaging cameras, hydraulic cutting equipment and spinal boards extricated a woman from one of the vehicles. She was taken to a nearby hospital for her injuries. 2 men from the second car were out upon arrival of NIFRS, with the other two men extricated by Firefighters. All of the men were taken to a nearby hospital following the incident.

“Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service finished at the scene at 8:15pm.”


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