31/10/2017

Pedestrian Dies In Co Antrim Road Crash

A male pedestrian has died in a road collision in Co Antrim.

The man was struck by a car on the Portglenone Road in Randalstown just after 1.15am on Tuesday, 31 October.

The crash happened close to a primary school in the area.

The Portglenone Road remains closed between the Mucklerammer Road and Coolsythe Road.
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Declan Kearney MLA for South Antrim said: "Any death on our roads is one too many and this news will have shocked many people in the local area.

"My deepest sympathies are with the family and friends of the man at this difficult time."

(CD/LM)

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