11/12/2015

Three Separate Road Accidents In Co Antrim

Drivers in the Carrickfergus area, Co Antrim, are being advised to take extra care following three separate road accidents.

Two cars and a motorcyclist were involved in the incidents due to icy conditions on the road.

There was also another crash on the Beltoy Road, however no-one is believed to be seriously injured.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "Drivers should slow down, leave space between themselves and other road users, and make sure they use appropriate lighting on their vehicles."

(CD)

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