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Police continue investigation into fatal road traffic collision

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Officers from the Collision Investigation Unit are continuing with their investigation into a fatal road traffic collision at Henderson Court in the Knocknagoney area of east Belfast on Tuesday 7th April.

The collision involving a male pedestrian and a white Toyota Aygo car occurred at around 8.20pm on Tuesday evening, as the man walked his dog.

Constable Michael McNee said: “We have spoken with a number of witnesses so far but believe there were further witnesses to the collision who have not yet contacted police and I am appealing for those individuals to get in touch.

It is of vital importance that we gather all available information in relation to this tragic incident and I would ask anyone who witnessed the collision or who has dash-cam footage to contact the Collision Investigation Unit at Sprucefield on 101 quoting reference number 1517 07/04/20.”

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