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Woman dies after RTC between Ballymena and Antrim

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A woman has died following an RTC on the Lisnevenagh Road between Antrim and Ballymena that occurred on Thursday 11 February.

The two car RTC was reported to police just after 9.50am and involved a black Audi A6 and blue Seat Leon.

The woman has been named as 25 year old Karla Cameron from the Ballymena area, who died as a result of her injuries on Thursday evening.

Inspector Heather Scott said: “I would ask anyone who would have noticed either of these cars in the area between 9.30am and 10am to contact the Collision Investigation Unit or Ballymena Police Station on the non emergency number 101.”

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