Boy Critically Ill In Car Accident

An eight-year-old boy is critically ill in hospital after he was hurt in a car accident in west Belfast.

It happened on the Grosvenor Road at around 3pm on Tuesday.

The crash involved a 4x4 vehicle and a pedestrian.

Police are appealing to anyone with information to contact them.


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