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Police examining third car in connection with fatal crash.

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Police have confirmed that they are examining a third car in connection with the two vehicle collision in Ballycastle on Easter Monday which claimed the lives of two men and injured six others.

Police issued an appeal last week for information about the car last week which was reported to have been parked on the Carrickmore Road on the day of the crash.

The car was made available to Police this week and was not recovered from the scene of the crash.


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