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Police can confirm that a woman, aged in her 50s, has died following a one vehicle rtc on the Ramoan Road in Ballycastle.

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McAuley Multimedia 13/02/17. The scene of a fatal RTC on the Ramoan Road Ballycastle, a woman was knocked down by a car shortly before 5pm this evening. Police, Ambulance service and NIFRS attended but the woman was pronounced dead at the scene. NO BY LINE PLEASE
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Police can confirm that a woman, aged in her 50s, has died following a one vehicle rtc on the Ramoan Road in Ballycastle.

The rtc was reported to police just after 4.45pm on Monday 13 February and involved a silver Toyota Avensis. The deceased woman was a pedestrian.

Inspector O’Brien said: “I would ask anyone who witnessed this rtc, or the car or pedestrian in the run up to the collision, to contact Coleraine Police Station or the Collision Investigation Unit on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 909 of 13/02/17.”

Part of the Ramoan Road remains closed to traffic.

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