30/01/2017

Man Killed In Co Armagh Road Crash

A man has died in a single-vehicle collision in Co Armagh.

The incident happened on the Castleblayney Road near Keady on Saturday, 28 January.

The victim has been named by Sinn Féin as party activist Tim Woods, aged 52.

Cllr Cathal Boylan said: "I am shocked and deeply saddened at the news that a Sinn Féin party activist Tim Woods was killed in a car crash near Keady.
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"My thoughts and prayers are with Tim's family as they come to terms with the news of his tragic death and I extend my condolences to them on behalf of myself and the party locally.

"Tim was a valued friend and party activist. He was a man of great wit and charm and will be sadly missed by all who knew him and it’s still hard to take in that he has been so tragically taken from us."

(CD/LM)


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