Man Killed In Ballymena Crash Named

A 57-year-old man who died in a collision just outside Ballymena has been named as Anthony McGhee, police have confirmed.

Mr McGhee, from the Dunloy area, was killed in a crash between Ballymena and Glarryford at around 6.30pm on Tuesday, 28 November.

Police have launched an investigation and are appealing for witnesses to contact them.
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PSNI Inspector Mick Wood said: "An investigation into the circumstances of the collision is ongoing and whilst I am appealing for any witnesses to the collision to contact police, I would specifically appeal to the driver of a white van, who turned off the main carriageway and onto the Kildowney Road a short time before the collision, to get in touch, as I believe they may have information which could assist our investigation.

"Witnesses are asked to contact police in Ballymena on 101 quoting reference number 1084 28/11/17."


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