29/08/2013

Four People Injured After Car Accident In East Belfast

Four people have been injured after being hit by a car in east Belfast.

The driver of a silver Audi, who is believed to have suffered a heart attack, swerved the car onto the footpath on the Woodstock road at around 12pm.

He hit a woman on a mobility scooter and two other people who were standing at a bus stop.

A window of a charity shop was also smashed in the incident.

The Woodstock and Cregagh roads have been closed and diversions are in place.

(CD/JP)

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