31/07/2003

Two men die in separate road accidents

Two people have died following separate road accidents in Co Tyrone and Co Armagh.

Paul Devenney, 24, from Keady, died in hospital on Wednesday after he fell from the back of a taxi bus in Crossmaglen.

Colin Leitch, 43, from Victoria Bridge in Co Tyrone, died when the forklift truck he was travelling in careered off the road and fell 20ft into a field at the Liskey Road between Strabane and Victoria Bridge.

No other vehicle was involved.

(MB)

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