NI ROADS CLAIM EIGHTH VICTIM OF 2014

Police accidentTHE New Year is now 17 days old and already eight people have died on Northern Ireland’s roads – three in five days.

On Friday evening, a 67-year-old man died following a two-vehicle crash on the Forkhill Road, Co Armagh around 7.30 pm.

Local people have named the victim as Patsy McCreesh from the village of Meigh.

It is understood he died following a crash between a Vauxhall Vectra car and an articulated Volvo lorry.

As a result, police have closed a number of roads in the area while an investigation into the collision is carried out.

Police have issued an appeal for anyone who may have witnessed the crash to contact them on 0845 600 8000.

 

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