Man Critical Following Road Crash

A man is in a critical condition following a road traffic collision in Armagh.

The accident happened in the early hours of Sunday morning (30 November) on the Keady Road.

Shortly before 3am, a passing bus driver told police that a white Vauxhall Corsa had left the Keady Road and collided with a tree close to the Ballyard junction.

It is understood the Corsa was the only vehicle involved in the incident.

A male driver of the car, aged 21, was taken to hospital.

His condition has been described as critical.

Inspector Philip McCullough has asked for witnesses or anyone who saw the Corsa on the Keady Road before the collision, to contact police on 101.


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