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Police can confirm a woman has died in a collision on Dree Hill in Dromara

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Police can confirm a woman has died in a collision on Dree Hill in Dromara.

Michelle Healy, who was in her forties and from the local area, died when the red Mitsubishi vehicle she was driving left the road at around 1.10pm this afternoon, Sunday 14 April.

Inspector Robinson said: “I am appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision or who may have captured dashcam footage to please get in touch with the Collision Investigation Unit by calling 101, quoting reference 656 14/04/19.”

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