Two Die In Road Accidents

Two men have died in separate road accidents.

On Sunday, a man was killed when his car collided with another vehicle on Banbridge Road, Dromore, at around 6pm.

A 42-year-old man was arrested at the scene and has been released on police bail.

In a separate incident, a man, understood to be in his 40s, has died in Co Armagh. The victim was hit by a car after getting out of a taxi on the Gilford Road, shortly before 2am on Sunday.

Anyone who witnessed the accidents are asked to contact police.


Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

12 September 2019
Man Held Over Police Murder Bid In Belfast
A man has been arrested in County Fermanagh by detectives investigating the attempted murder of a police officer with an under-car bomb in east Belfast. The 38-year-old suspect was detained in Belleek on Wednesday morning, 11 September, by the PSNI's Terrorism Investigation Unit. He was taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning.
19 September 2018
Up To 100 Roads Closed As Storm Ali Hits NI
A growing number of roads across Northern Ireland are closed due to adverse weather conditions as a result of Storm Ali.
02 March 2018
Schools Closures Across NI
The Department of Education have published a list of all schools across that have confirmed they will be closed today, Friday 2nd March, 2018 due to the adverse weather conditions.
20 April 2004
Woman and child die in separate road accidents
Police are appealing for information after a woman and child died in two separate road accidents overnight. In Belcoo, Co Fermanagh, a three-year-old girl died after being hit by a car. The accident happened on the Railway Road at around 9.15pm on Monday. The girl is the third child to die on Northern Ireland's roads this year.
20 September 2018
Number Of Roads Remain Closed Following Storm Ali
A number of roads remain closed across Northern Ireland following the damage caused by Storm Ali. The following roads are still closed, however the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) is working to clear the obstructions along with its multiagency partners.