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Man Dies Following Ballymoney RTC

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Police can confirm a man aged in his 70s has died as a result of injuries sustained in a single vehicle road traffic collision that occurred on the Garryduff Road, Ballymoney (close to Garryduff Primary School) at approximately 5.30pm on Tuesday, 2 April.

Inspector David Anderson is appealing to anyone who witnessed this incident or who has dash-cam footage that could assist police with their investigation to contact police at Ballymoney on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 945 02/04/19.

Councillor Darryl Wilson said ‘I am saddened to learn that someone has lost their life as the result of a road traffic collision on the Garryduff Road, I passed the incident on Tuesday afternoon while the PSNI and emergency services were in attendance. I was hoping that no serious injuries were sustained at the scene of the collision. Unfortunately the collision has cost someone their life.

I would like to pass on my condolences to all impacted by this tragedy.’

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