19/12/2012

Man Dies Following Incident On The M2

A man has died following an incident at the Hightown Bridge on the M2 near Belfast.

Police were forced to close the motorway in both directions this morning.

Police also urged drivers caught up in the delays to continue to have patience, as officers worked to get the traffic flowing again.

The road and Hightown Bridge have now been re-opened.

(CD)

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