27/11/2001

Woman killed in road accident near Dungannon

A woman has been killed in a road crash near Dungannon in County Tyrone.

The accident occurred on the Ballygawley Road near to the Killymaddy Visitors Centre.

Police say that the woman, who was understood to be in her 20s, but has not yet been named, was a passenger in a Rover car which was involved in a collision with two other vehicles.

The accident happened shortly before 9pm on Monday November 26.

(SP)

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