17/09/2015

Woman Dies Following Collision In Co Antrim

A 27-year-old woman has died after she sustained serious injuries in a car crash in county Antrim earlier this month.

The one-vehicle collision occurred on the Glenravel Road area in Cargan on 11 September.
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The woman was the driver of a white Hyundai car.

She died in hospital on Wednesday night, according to the police.

(CD/JP)

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