29/01/2016

Woman Dies In Crash In Co Armagh

A woman has died in a crash in Co Armagh.

The collision, between a car and a lorry, happened on the Legacorry Road in Richhill, shortly after 3.30pm on Thursday.

The driver of the car has been taken to hospital and her injuries are believed to be "very serious".
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The woman who died was a passenger in the car.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD)


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