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Witnesses sought following Finvoy Road RTC

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Causeway Coast and Glens police are investigating a road traffic collision at around 10am on Friday 27 November on the Finvoy Road, Ballymoney.

Constable Sharples explained: “The collision involved two vehicles and resulted in a driver being removed from his car by the fire service and taken to hospital for treatment. His injuries were not thought to be serious, however.

“We are keen to establish what happened in the run up to the collision and are asking for public help. If you were on the Finvoy Rd last Friday morning and saw the collision involving a white Honda Civic and silver BMW please get in touch. You can call us on the non-emergency number 101.

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